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CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE 

FORTY-SIXTH SESSION, 1925 



Final Calendar of 
Legislative Business 



History and Index of all Senate 

and Assembly Bills, Constitutional 

Amendments, Joint and Concurrent 

Resolutions Introduced 

Also List of Officers and Members, Standing 

Committees and Attaches of tbe Senate and 

Assembly 



Compiled under the direction of 

JOSEPH A. BEEK, Secretary of the Senate and 

ARTHUR A. OHNIMUS, Chief Clerk 

of the Assembly 




CALIFORNIA STATE PRINTING OFFICE 

JOHN E. KING, State Printer 

SACRAMENTO, 1925 



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SENATE FINAL HISTORY 

FORTY-SIXTH SESSION 

COMPILED UNDER DIRECTION OF 

JOSEPH A. BEEK Secretary of the Senate 

W. R. Lindersmith, Engrossing and Enrolling Clerk 



DURATION OF SESSION 

First Half— January 5-January 24, inclusive, 1925 

Second Half— February 24-April 24, inclusive, 1925 

(Duration, 80 days) 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



CONTENTS. 



Page 

Abbreviations for standing committees of the Senate 10 

Attaches of the Senate 8 

Code sections index 307 

Code sections, supplemental list of amendments 315 

Comparative chart of bills, etc., introduced at present and previous sessions 30 

Home and local addresses of officers of Senate — — 7 

Legislative Counsel Bureau information 9 

Names and home addresses of Senators 6 

Number of Senate bills, etc., introduced daily-- 29 

Officers of the Senate 5 

Recapitulation — authors and committees and number of bills introduced by each 

Senator 20 

Resume of total number of bills introduced 47 

Schedule of committee meetings 11 

Senate bills and authors : 26 

Senate bills approved by the Governor 38 

Senate bills vetoed by the Governor 38 

Senate bills approved by Governor, chaptered and filed with Secretary of State 33 

Senate bills enrolled and sent to Governor 32 

Senate bills history — '. 48 

Senate bills index 269 

.Senate bills passed in Senate and to Assembly 31 

Senate bills pocketed by Governor 39 

Senate bills refused passage in Assembly — 32 

Senate committees, their chairmen, and bills referred to them__ 16 

Senate concurrent resolutions adopted in Senate and to Assembly. 31 

Senate concurrent resolutions chaptered and filed with Secretary of State 45 

Senate concurrent resolutions history 258 

Senate concurrent resolutions index_; 305 

Senate concurrent resolutions to Governor — 32 

Senate constitutional amendments adopted in Senate and to Assembly 31 

Senate constitutional amendments chaptered and filed with Secretary of State 44 

Senate constitutional amendments, concurrent and joint resolutions, and their 

authors — . — 28 

Senate constitutional amendments history 249 

Senate constitutional amendments index 303 

Senate constitutional amendments refused adoption in Assembly 32 

Senate constitutional amendments to Governor 32 

Senate joint resolutions adopted in Senate and to Assembly 31 

Senate joint resolutions chaptered and filed with .Secretary of State 46 

Senate joint resolutions history = 264 

Senate joint resolutions index 306 

Senate order of business : — _ 5 

Senate joint resolutions to Governor $ 32 

Senators and committees of which they are members 14 

Standing committees of the Senate and their members 12 

State library legislative reference service 9 

Senate bills refused passage in Senate — — "!- 

Senate constitutional amendments refused adoption in Senate 32 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



SENATE ORDER OF BUSINESS. 



Roll Call. 

Prayer by the Chaplain. 

Reading and Approval of the Journal of the Preceding Day. 

Presentation of Petitions. 

Messages from the Assembly. 

Messages from the Governor. 

7. Reports of Standing Committees. 

8. Reports of Select Committees. 
Motions, Resolutions, and Notices. 
Introduction and First Reading of Bills. 

11. Consideration of Daily File. 

12. Unfinished Business. 

13. Special Order of the Day. 

14. Announcement of Committee Meetings. ♦ 

15. Adjournment 



9. 

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Reports from the Committee on Engrossment and Enrollment shall at all times be 
in order ; provided, that messages from State officers, other than the Goveruor, and 
from the Assembly, may, on motion of any Senator, be considered at any time. 



OFFICERS OF THE SENATE 



LIE IT. GOVERNOR C. C. YOUNG 
President of Senate 



Hon. ARTHUR H. BREED 
President pro tempore 



JOSEPH A. BEEK 

Secretary of Senate 



JOHN T. MACDONALD 

Assistant Secretary and 
Clerk of Printing Committee 

BEATRICE B. RHEINSTROM 

Assistant Secretary. 



ARTHUR P. CRANER 

Assistant at the Desk 



LILLIAN J. BOYD 

Assistant Secretary 



H. J. POWERS 

Minute Clerk and Clerk of Committee on Rules 

GLADYS B. COX 
Assistant Minute Clerk 



WELLINGTON BOWSER 

Journal Clerk 



W. R. LINDERSMITH 

Engrossing and Enrolling Clerk 



JOSEPH F. NOLAN 
Sergeant-at-Arms 

J H. TOMPKINS 
History Clerk 



Rev. W. E. HARRISON 

Chaplain 

HARRY CARO HATTIE B. NEWSOM 

Bookkeeper to Sergeant-at-Arms Postmistress 

CARRIE A. GARRISON 

File Clerk 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



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KINAL CALENDAR OP LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



ATTACHES OF THE SENATE. 



Name 


Title 


Local Address 


Home Address 


Bazo, Estella 


Stenographer 


1616 14th st.___ 


625 Loomis st., Stockton. 


Bonnoy, James W. _ 


Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms— 


Elks Club 


116 Lexington ave., S. F. 


Brides, Mrs. M. 


Stenographer 


3303 Y st 


3303 Y St., Sacramento. 


Braun, NinaM 


Stenographer . 


1503 13th St.— 


1503 13th st., Sacramento. 


Bixbee, Lucillee 


Stenographer 






Carter, Mrs. J. 


Asst. Journal Clerk__ 


1820 27th st 


Sacramento. 


Cooksy, Adelaide 


Asst. Engr. and 








Enrollment Clerk 


2315 Lst 


Sacramento. 


Crotty, John 


Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms_. 


Elks Club 


210 Texas st., S. F. 


Davey, Lillian __ 


Stenographer 


1221 L st 


Grass Valley. 


Durant, Dorothy __ 


Stenographer 


1515 10th st 


23 N. I st., San Mateo. 


Eddy, Florence 


Stenographer 


Hotel Senator 


1815 Virginia road, L. A. 


Eden, Doris 


Stenographer 


1515 10th st 


Anaheim, Calif. 


Fellom, Roy Jr 

Ferguson, W. J 


Page 




1001 Alpine Terrace, S. F. 
San Francisco. 


Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms_. 


1618 H st 


Fuller, F. T. 


Clk. Finance Com.— 


Land Hotel 


2641A Channing way, 
Berkeley. 




Page . - 


605 22d st 




Goldstein, Frances 


Stenographer 


Y. W. C. A 


Sacramento. 


Griffin, O. __ 


Stenographer 

Stenographer 


Sequoia Hotel 

1516 37th st 


44 S. 8th st., San Jose. 


Jorgensen, Elfrieda_ 


Sacramento. 


Kitchen, Maybel 


Stenographer 


Hotel Senator— 


479 Mills Bldg., S. F. 


Kenny, Jas. 


Stenographer 

Stenographer 


1625 26th st 


906 Balfour, S. F. 


Lacey, Daisy 


2219 Mission, S. F. 


Lindberg, Cath- 








erine A. 


Stenographer 

Asst. Engr. and 


1419 13th st 


110 N. 5th st., San Jose. 


Lindersmith, Coleen 




M. 


Enrollment Clerk 

Asst. Engr. and 


La Verne Apts.— 


Williams. 


Lott, J. F.__ 






Enrollment Clerk 


Rt. 5, Box 1615 — 


Sacramento. 


Maginnis, James 


Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms_, 


10101 10th st. 


1422 11th ave., S. F. 


Mento, A 


Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms— 


1716 S st. 


Box 97, Irvington, Calif. 


Ormsby, Edgar 


Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms— 


921 V & W St.— 


Sacramento. 


Roberts, Verda 


Stenographer 


3215 Cutter way 


Sacramento. 


Slater, L. H., Jr. 


Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms __ 


2 634 34th st. 


2634 34th st 


Stark, Hazel A. 


Asst. Journal Clerk. 


1820 27th st 


Placerville, Calif. 


Sweeney, A. R. 


Stenographer 


1508 L st 


Sacramento. 


Sweet, Margueritte 








M. 


Stenographer 


Hotel Regis 


Los Angeles. 


True, Florence N. 


Asst. Engr. and 








Enrollment Clerk 


Park View Apts 


Chico, Calif. 


Tuite, Kathleen 


Stenographer 


1826 N st 


274 Hartford St., S. F. 


Wallace, Marybelle 


Asst. Engr. and 


Hotel Senator- 


5806 La Mirada St., 




Enrollment Clerk- 




Hollywood, Calif. 


West, M. S. 


Stenographer 


Hotel Senator 


1204 Walnut st. f Alameda. 


Wuesthoff, Elfriede__ 


Stenographer . 


Hotel Senator— 


3912 West 27th St., L. A. 


Young, John T. 


Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms- 


314 19th st 


Box 575, Santa Rosa. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL BUREAU. 

The Legislative Counsel Bureau was created by an act of the legis- 
lature of 1913. Its purpose is to assist the members of the legislature in 
the drafting and amendment of bills and resolutions, and to render such 
consideration and service to any committee as may be required. The 
act establishing the bureau also provides that any state officer or depart- 
ment may request assistance in the preparation of bills to be presented 
to the legislature. Neither the chief nor any employee of the bureau 
is permitted to divulge the nature or contents of any matter brought 
to their attention except with the consent of the person bringing such 
matter before the bureau. Following adjournment the Legislative 
Counsel is required to assist the Governor in the consideration of such 
bills as may then remain in his. hands for approval or rejection. The 
bureau is under the direction of Thomas M. Gannon and is located 
in Room 206 of the Capitol Building. 



STATE LIBRARY LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE SERVICE. 

Information on pending legislation and assistance in consulting the 
laws of other states and countries are given members by the Law and 
Legislative Reference Department of the California State Library, 
first floor, Capitol. 

Bills and journals of previous sessions of the California Legislature, 
reports of State departments, the statutes and court reports of other 
American states, the United States, Great Britain, Canada and Aus- 
tralia and compiled laws on a wide variety of subjects are available for 
use. The bills of current sessions of the more important state legisla- 
tures and the bills, reports, calendars and proceedings of the current 
session of Congress are also on file. 



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FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE AND 
ABBREVIATIONS FOR SAME. 



No. of 
Committee Members 

1. Agriculture and Live Stock 12 

2. Banking 9 

3. Building and Loan Associations 5 

4. Civil Service 5 

5. Commerce and Navigation 9 

6. Conservation . 7 

7. Constitutional Amendments 9 

8. Contingent Expenses 3 

9. Corporations 9 

10. County Government 11 

11. Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands 9 

12. Education 15 

13. Elections 11 

14 Engrossment and Enrollment 3 

15. Federal Relations 5 

16. Finance 18 

17. Fish and Game 15 

IS. Governmental Efficiency 9 

19. Hospitals and Asylums 9 

20. Insurance 11 

21. Irrigation T„ , 7 

22. Judiciary 13 

23. Labor and Capital 11 

24. Manufactures 5 

25. Military Affairs 5 

26. Mines and Mining 5 

27. Motor Vehicles 13 

28. Municipal Corporations 11 

29. Oil Industries 9 

30. Prisons and Reformatories 9 

31. Public Charities and Corrections 7 

32. Public Health and Quarantine 11 

33. Public Morals 7 

34. Public Utilities 11 

35. Reapportionment 15 

36. Revenue and Taxation 13 

37. Revision and Printing 3 

38. Roads and Highways 13 

39. Rules — 5 

40. Universities and Teachers Colleges 9 



No. 
Abbreviation Room 

Agr. & L. S.___ 409 
Bkg. 40S 

B. & L. A 419 

Civ. Ser. 417 

C. & N 414 

Cons. 40G 

Const. Am. 419 

Con. Ex. 417 

Corp. 409 

Co. Gov. 411 

D., S. & O. L.__ 411 

Ed 412 

Elec. 408 

Eng. & Enr 416 

Fed. R. 409 

Fin. 412 

F. & G 412 

Gov. Eff. 415 

H. & A 417 

Ins. 414 

Ir. 414 

Jud. 406 

L. & C 415 

Mnfs. 419 

Mil. Af. 40S 

M. & M 415 

M. V. 408 

Mun. Corp. 406 

Oil I. 411 

P. & R 409 

Pub. C. & C. 415 

Pub. H. & Q.___ 417 

Pub. M. 411 

Pub. U. 419 

Reapp. 412 

Rev. & Tax 409 

Rev. & Ptg 416 

R. & H 414 

Rls. 205 

Univ. & T. C.__ 40S 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



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SCHEDULE OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS. 



MONDAY. 

Morning : Reserved for special or irregular committee meetings. 
Afternoon : Motor Vehicles, Roads and Highways, Corporations. 
Evening : Judiciary, Agriculture, Civil Service. 

TUESDAY. 

Morning : Finance, Public Charities, Conservation. 

Afternoon : Fish and Game, Banking, Governmental Efficiency. 

Evening: Judiciary, rublic Health, Manufactures. 

WEDNESDAY. 

Morning : Labor and Capital, Universities, Hospitals, Building and Loan. 
Afternoon : Revenue and Taxation, Municipal Corporations, Drainage. 
Evening: Judiciary, Oil Industries, Military Affairs. 

THURSDAY. 

Morning: Insurance, Constitutional Amendments, Federal Relations, Mines. 
Afternoon : Public Utilities, County Government, Prisons. 
Evening : Education, Commerce and Navigation, Public Morals. 



Morning : Reapportionment, Irrigation, Elections. 

Afternoon : Reserved for special or irregular committee meetings. 

Evening : Reserved for special or irregular committee meetings. 



Note: Morning meetings at nine o'clock unless otherwise arranged. After- 
noon meetings immediately after adjournment of afternoon ses- 
sion, or, in case of half-day sessions, at two o'clock. Evening 
meetings at eight o'clock. 



12 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE A.ND THEIR 

MEMBERS. 



1. Agriculture and Live Stock — Boggs (Chairman), Creighton, Evans, Gates, 
Handy, Hollister, Kline, Lewis, Powers, Rush, Slater, Taylor. 

[Meets Monday evening.] 

2. Banking — Hollister (Chairman), Boggs, Evans, Ingram, Jones, Murphy 
Nelson, Tubbs, West. [Meets Tuesday afternoon.] 

3. Building and Loan Associations — Christian (Chairman), Dennett, Hollister, 
Jones, Taylor. [Meets Wednesday morning.] 

4. Civil Service — Gray (Chairman) , Johnson, A. B., Maloney, Pedrotti, Young. 

[Meets Monday evening.] 

5. Commerce and Navigation — Young (Chairman) , Canepa, Chamberlin, Fellom, 
Inman, Nelson, Rush, Sample, Taylor. [Meets Thursday evening.] 

6. Conservation — Johnson, A. B. (Chairman), Evans, Gates, Kline, Swing, 
Taylor, Young. [Meets Tuesday morning.] 

7. Constitutional Amendments — Allen (Chairman), Chamberlin, Christian. 
Harris, Johnson, M. B„ Jones, Lewis, Sharkey, West. 

[Meets Thursday morning.] 

8. Contingent Expenses — Maloney (Chairman), Baker, Fellom. 

[Special Committee meetings.] 

9. Corporations — Baker (Chairman), Chamberlin, Christian, Creighton, Lyon, 
Pedrotti, Sample, Slater, West. [Meets Monday afternoon.] 

10. County Government — Hurley (Chairman) , Baker, Christian, Creighton, Gates, 
Handy, Johnson, A. B., Powers, Rush, Slater, West. [Meets Thursday afternoon.] 

11. Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands — Rush (Chairman), Boggs, Dennett, 
Gray, Handy, Inman, Kline, Maloney, Powers. [Meets Wednesday afternoon.] 

12. Education — Harris (Chairman), Allen, Baker, Creighton, Evans, Handy, 
Hurley, Ingram, Johnson, M. B., Jones, Lewis, Murphy, Powers, Sharkey, Slater. 

[Meets Thursday evening.] 

13. Elections — Slater (Chairman), Boggs, Canepa, Christian, Crowley, Fellom, 
Handy, Johnson, M. B., Jones, Lewis, Sharkey. [Meets Friday morning.] 

14. Engrossment and Enrollment— Pedrotti (Chairman), Christian, Young 

[Irregular Committee meetings.] 

15. Federal Relations — Canepa (Chairman), Breed, Dennett, Harris, Swing. 

[Meets Thursday morning.] 

16. Finance — Ingram (Chairman) , Allen, Boggs, Breed, Canepa, Chamberlin, 
Crowley, Dennett, Harris, Inman, Johnson, M. B., Jones, Lyon, Nelson, Rush, 
Sample", Sharkey, Slater. [Meets Tuesday morning.] 

17. Fish and Game — Chamberlin (Chairman), Breed, Canepa, Creighton, Crowley, 
Gates, Gray, Handy, Hurley, Lyon, Pedrotti, Sharkey, Slater, Swing, Young 

[Meets Tuesday afternoon.] 

18. Governmental Efficiency — Dennett (Chairman) , Allen, Fellom, Harris, John- 
son, M. B., Kline, Maloney, Rush, Sample. [Meets Tuesday afternoon.] 

19. Hospitals and Asylums — Handy (Chairman), Allen, Crowley, Gates, Gray, 
Johnson, A. B., Rush, Slater, Tubbs. [Meets Wednesday morning.] 

20. Insurance — Johnson, M. B. (Chairman), Boggs, Gray, Hollister, Hurley, 
Inman, Murphy, Nelson, Pedrotti, Tubbs, Young. [Meets Thursday morning.] 

21. Irrigation — Kline (Chairman), Creighton, Dennett, Harris, Powers, Rush, 
Taylor. [Meets Friday morning.] 

22. Judiciary — Jones (Chairman), Baker, Chamberlin, Christian, Dennett, 
Harris, Inman, Johnson, M. B., Lyon, Nelson, Sample, Swing, West. 

[Meets Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.] 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 13 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE AND THEIR MEMBERS— 

Continued. 

23. Labor and Capital — Murphy (Chairman), Chamberlin, Christian, Creighton, 
Fellom, Ingram, Inman, Lewis, Maloney, Taylor, West. 

[Meets Wednesday morning.] 

24. Manufactures — Evans (Chairman), Hurley, Johnson, A. B., Maloney, Tubbs. 

[Meets Tuesday evening.] 

25. Military Affairs — Tubbs (Chairman), Hurley, Kline, Slater, Taylor. 

[Meets Wednesday evening.] 

26. Mines and Mining — Gates (Chairman) , Handy, Ingram, Johnson, A. B., 
Powers. [Meets Thursday morning.] 

27. Motor Vehicles — Sharkey (Chairman) , Allen, Boggs, Canepa, Handy, Inman, 
Johnson, A. B., Jones, Kline, Maloney, Murphy, Sample, Tubbs. 

[Meets Monday afternoon.] 

28. Municipal Corporations — Fellom (Chairman), Allen, Baker, Christian, 
Crowley, Hurley, Lewis, Lyon, Pedrotti. Swing, West. 

[Meets Wednesday afternoon.] 

29. Oil Industries — Lyon (Chairman), Breed, Canepa, Creighton, Evans, Gray, 
Johnson, A. B., Pedrotti, Sharkey. [Meets Wednesday evening.] 

30. Prisons and Reformatories — Swing (Chairman), Allen, Fellom, Hollister, 
Inman, Maloney, Pedrotti, Sharkey, Taylor. [Meets Thursday afternoon.] 

31. Public Charities and Corrections — Lewis (Chairman), Baker, Hollister, 
Hurley, Maloney, Murphy, Powers. [Meets Tuesday morning.] 

32. Public Health and Quarantine — Crowley (Chairman) , Allen, Boggs, Canepa, 
Gates, £ray, Hollister, Lewis, Pedrotti, Powers, Young. 

[Meets Tuesday evening.] 

33. Public Morals — Creighton (Chairman), Boggs, Crowley, Dennett, Gray, 
Ingram, Swing. [Meets Thursday evening.] 

34. Public Utilities — Inman (Chairman), Crowley, Dennett, Harris, Ingram, 
Lewis, Lyon, Murphy, Nelson, Tubbs, Young. [Meets Thursday afternoon.] 

35. Reapportionment — Sample (Chairman), Breed, Chamberlin, Evans, Gates, 
Gray, Hollister, Ingram, Inman, Kline, Lyon, Murphy, Nelson, Swing, Tubbs. 

[Meets Friday morning.] 

36. Revenue and Taxation — Nelson (Chairman), Breed, Canepa, Chamberlin, 
Fellom, Harris, Hollister, Johnson. A. B., Johnson, M. B., Jones, Murphy, Sample, 
Sharkey. [Meets Wednesday afternoon.] 

37. Revision and Printing — Taylor (Chairman), Evans, West. 

[Irregular meetings.] 

38. Roads and Highways — Powers (Chairman), Baker, Breed, Crowley, Fellom. 
Gates, Hollister, Hurley, Ingram, Johnson, M. B., Rush, Swing, Young. 

[Meets Monday afternoon.] 

39. Rules — Breed (Chairman), Johnson, M. B., Lyon, Murphy, Tubbs. 

[Irregular meetings.] 

40. Universities and Teachers Colleges — West (Chairman), Baker, Boggs, Breed, 
Evans, Harris, Kline, Nelson, Sample. [Meets Wednesday morning.] 



14 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



SENATORS AND COMMITTEES OF WHICH THEY ARE 

MEMBERS. 



Allen — Constitutional Amendments (Chairman); Education; Finance; Govern- 
mental Efficiency ; Hospitals and Asylums ; Motor Vehicle ; Municipal Corpora- 
tions ; Prisons and Reformatories; Public Health and Quarantine. 

Baker — Corporations (Chairman); County Government; Education; Judiciary; 
Municipal Corporations ; Public Charities and Corrections ; Roads and High- 
ways ; Universities and Teachers Colleges. 

Boggs — Agriculture (Chairman) ; Banking; Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands ; 
Elections ; Finance ; Insurance ; Motor Vehicles ; Public Health and Quarantine ; 
Public Morals; Universities and Teachers Colleges. 

Breed— Rules (Chairman) ; Federal Relations; Finance; Fish and Game; Oil Indus- 
tries ; Reapportionment ; Revenue and Taxation ; Roads and Highways ; Uni- 
versities and Teachers Colleges. 

Canepa — Federal Relations (Chairman); Commerce and Navigation; Elections; 
'Finance ; Fish and Game ; Motor Vehicles ; Oil Industries ; Public Health and 
Quarantine ; Revenue and Taxation. 

Chamberlin — Fish and Game (Chairman); Commerce and Navigation; Constitu 
tional Amendments ; Corporations ; Finance ; Judiciary ; Labor and Capital ; 
Reapportionment ; Revenue and Taxation. 

Christian — Building and Loan (Chairman) ; Constitutional Amendments; Corpora- 
tions ; County Government ; Elections ; Engrossment and Enrollment ; Judiciary ; 
Labor and Capital ; Municipal Corporations. 

Creighton — Public Morals (Chairman); Agriculture; Corporations; County Gov- 
ernment ; Education ; Fish and Game ; Irrigation ; Labor and Capital ; Oil 
Industries. 

Crowley — Public Health and Quarantine ; Elections ; Finance ; Fish and Game ; 
Hospitals and Asylums ; Municipal Corporations ; Public Morals ; Public Util- 
ities ; Roads and Highways. 

Dennett — Governmental Efficiency (Chairman); Building and Loan; Drainage, 
Swamp and Overflowed Lands; Federal Relations; Finance; Irrigation; Judi- 
ciary ; Public Morals ; Public Utilities. 

Evans — Manufactures (Chairman); Agriculture; Banking; Conservation ; Educa- 
tion ; Oil Industries ; Reapportionment ; Revision and Printing ; Universities and 
Teachers Colleges. 

Fellom — Municipal Corporations (Chairman); Commerce and Navigation; Con- 
tingent Expenses ; Elections ; Governmental Efficiency ; Labor and Capital ; 
Prisons and Reformatories ; Revenue and Taxation ; Roads and Highways. 

Gates — Mines and Mining (Chairman); Agriculture; Conservation; County Gov- 
ernment; Fish and Game; Hospitals and Asylums; Public Health and Quaran- 
tine ; Reapportionment ; Roads and Highways. 

Gray — Civil Service (Chairman); Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands; Fish 
and Game ; Hospitals and Asylums ; Insurance ; Oil Industries ; Public Health 
and Quarantine ; Public Morals ; Reapportionment. 

Handy— Hospitals and Asylums (Chairman); Agriculture; County Government; 
Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands ; Education ; Elections ; Fish and 
Game; Mines and Mining. 

Harris— Education (Chairman); Constitutional Amendments; Finance; Govern- 
mental Efficiency ; Irrigation ; Judiciary ; Public Utilities ; Revenue and Taxa- 
tion ; Universities and Teachers Colleges. 

Hollister— Banking (Chairman): Agriculture: Building and Loan Associations: 
Insurance : Prisons and Reformatories ; Public Charities and Corrections ; Public 
Health and Quarantine ; Reapportionment ; Revenue and Taxation ; Moads and 
Highways. 

Hurley— County Government (Chairman) ; Education; Fish and Game ; Insurance ; 
Manufactures; Military Affairs; Municipal Corporations; Public Chanties and 
Corrections ; Roads and Highways. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 15 

SENATORS AND COMMITTEES OF WHICH THEY ARE MEMBERS— 

Continued. 

Ingram — Finance (Chairman); Banking; Education; Labor and Capital; Mines 
and Mining; Public Morals; Public Utilities ; Roads and Highways. 

Inman — Public Utilities (Chairman) ; Commerce and Navigation; Drainage, Swamp 
and Overflowed Lands ; Finance ; Insurance ; Judiciary ; Labor and Capital ; 
Motor Vehicles ; Prisons and Reformatories ; Reapportionment. 

Johnson, A. B. — Conservation (Chairman); Civil Service; County Government; 
Hospitals and Asylums ; Manufactures ; Mines and Mining ; Motor Vehicles ; 
Oil Industries ; Revenue and Taxation. 

Johnson, M. B. — Insurance (Chairman) ; Constitutional Amendments; Education; 
Elections ; Finance ; Governmental Efficiency ; Judiciary ; Revenue and Taxa- 
tion ; Roads and Highways ; Rules. 

Jones — Judiciary (Chairman); Banking; Building and Loan; Constitutional 
Amendments ; Elections ; Finance ; Motor Vehicles ; Revenue and Taxation. 

Kline — Irrigation (Chairman); Agriculture; Conservation; Drainage, Swamp and 
Overflowed Lands ; Governmental Efficiency ; Military Affairs ; Motor Vehicles ; 
Reapportionment; Universities and Teachers Colleges. 

Lewis — Public Charities and Corrections (Chairman) ; Agriculture; Constitutional, 
Amendments ; Education ; Elections ; Labor and Capital ; Municipal Corpora- 
tions ; Public Health and Quarantine ; Public Utilities. 

Lyon — Oil Industries (Chairman) ; Corporations; Finance; Fish and Game; Judi- 
ciary ; Municipal Corporati&ns ; Public Utilities ; Reapportionment ; Rules. 

Maloney — Contingent Expenses (Chairman) ; Civil Service; Drainage. Swamp and 
Overflowed Lands ; Governmental Efficiency ; Labor and Capital ; Manufactures ; 
Motor Vehicles ; Prisons and Reformatories ; Public Charities and Corrections. 

Murphy — Labor and Capital (Chairman) ; Banking; Education; Insurance; Motor 
Vehicles ; Public Charities and Corrections ; Public Utilities ; Reapportionment ; 
Revenue and Taxation ; Rules. 

Nelson — Revenue and Taxation (Chairman) ; Banking; Commerce and Navigation; 
Finance; Insurance; Judiciary; Public Utilities; Reapportionment; Universities 
and Teachers Colleges. 

Pedrotti — Engrossment and Enrollment (Chairman); Civil Service; Corporations; 
Fish and Game ; Municipal Corporations ; Oil Industries ; Prisons and Reform- 
atories ; Public Health and Quarantine. 

Powers — Roads and Highways (Chairman); Agriculture; County Government; 
Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands ; Education ; Irrigation ; Mines and 
Mining ; Public Charities and Corrections ; Public Health and Quarantine. 

Rush— Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands (Chairman); Agriculture; Com- 
merce and Navigation ; Finance ; County Government ; Governmental Efficiency ; 
Hospitals and Asylums ; Irrigation ; Roads and Highways. 

Sample — Reapportionment (Chairman); Commerce and Navigation; Corporations; 
Finance ; Governmental Efficiency ; Judiciary ; Motor Vehicles ; Revenue and 
Taxation ; Universities and Teachers Colleges. 

Sharkey — Motor Vehicles (Chairman); Constitutional Amendments; Education; 
Elections ; Finance ; Oil Industries ; Prisons and Reformatories ; Revenue and 
Taxation. 

Slater — Elections (Chairman); Agriculture; Corporations, County Government; 
Education ; Finance ; Fish and Game ; Hospitals and Asylums ; Military Affairs. 

Swing — Prisons and Reformatories (Chairman); Federal Relations; Fish and 
Game ; Judiciary ; Municipal Corporations ; Public Morals ; Reapportionment ; 
Roads and Highways. 

Taylor — Revision and Printing (Chairman); Agriculture; Building and Loan; 
Commerce and Navigation ; Conservation ; Irrigation ; Labor and Capital ; Mili- 
tary Affairs ; Prisons and Reformatories. 

Tubbs — Military Affairs (Chairman) ; Banking; Hospitals and Asylums; Insurance; 
Manufactures ; Motor Vehicles ; Public Utilities ; Reapportionment ; Rules. 

West — Universities and Teachers Colleges (Chairman); Banking; Constitutional 
Amendments; Corporations; County Government; Judiciary: Labor and Cap- 
ital ; Municipal Corporations ; Revision and Printing. 

Young — Commerce and Navigation (Chairman); Civil Service; Conservation; 
Engrossment and Enrollment ; Fish and Game ; Insurance ; Public Health and 
Quarantine ; Public Utilities ; Roads and Highways. 






10 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



SENATE COMMITTEES, THEIR CHAIRMEN, AND BILLS 
REFERRED TO THEM. 



Agriculture and Live Stock (Boggs) — 
13, 97, 98, 99, 100, 125, 171, 
172, 227, 309, 312, 321, 422; 429, 
468, 495, 496, 506, 538, 539, 814, 
828. 
S. C. R. 14, S. C. R. 20. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

167, 168, 169, 225, 417, 480, 482, 

495, *545, 550, 640, 641, 642, 652, 

653, 654, 699, 706, 708, 751, 856, 
866, 878, 940, 

1043, *1071, 1092, 1179, 1219, 1221. 
A. C. R. 9. 



Banking (Hoi lister) — 
2, 93, 489, 724. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

725, 726. 

Building and Loan Associations. 
(Christian) — 
619, 620, 621, 622, 623,- 624, 
626, 627, 628, 629, 630. 

Civil Service (Gray) — 
435. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

329, 1125. 



625, 



Constitutional Amendments (Allen) 
(Continued) 



696, 
777, 



Commerce and Navigation (Young) 
114, 196, 225, 402, 486, 656, 
697, 699, 730, 731, 738, 765, 
782, 811, 818. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

107, 197, 330, 331, 392, 670, 922, 
1095, 1236, 1261. 

Conservation (Johnson, A. B.) — 

5, 10, 57, 140, 149, 176, 185, 
265, 299, 362, 733, 791, *814. 
S. C. R. 21. 

ASSEMBLY BELLS. 

542, 1200, 1237, 1239. 
A. C. R. 27. 

Constitutional Amendments 

S. C. A. 1, S. C. A. 2, 

S. C. A. 4, S. C. A. 5, 

S. C. A. 7, S. C. A. 8, 

S. C. A. 10, S. C. A. 11, 

S. C. A. 13, S. C. A. 14, 

S. C. A. 16, S. C. A. 17, 

S. C. A. 19, S. C. A. 20, 

S. C. A. 22, S. C. A. 23, 

S. C. A. 25, S. C. A. 26, 

S. C. A. 28, S. C. A. 29, 

S. C. A. 31, S. C. A. 32, 

S. C. A. 34, S. C. A. 35, 

S. C. A. 37, S. C. A. 38, 
S. C. A. 40, S. C. A. 41, 



(Allen 


)- 




S. C. 


A. 


3, 


s c. 


A. 


6, 


s. c. 


A. 


9, 


s. c. 


A. 


12, 


s. c. 


A. 


15, 


s. c. 


A. 


18, 


s. c. 


A. 


21, 


s. c. 


A. 


24, 


s. c. 


A. 


27, 


s. c. 


A. 


30, 


s. c. 


A. 


33, 


s. c. 


A. 


36, 


s. c. 


A. 


39, 


s. c. 


A. 


42. 



A. C. A. 



ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

11, A. C. A. 14, A. C. A. 



16, 



A. C. A. 20, A. C. A. 21, A. C. A. 25, 
A. C. A. 27, A. C. A. 29, A. C. A. 32, 
A. C. A. 33, A. C. A. 36, A. C. A. 37. 

Corporations (Baker) — 

385, 390, 405, 418, 419, 586, 713, 
714, 739, 794, 809. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

509, 518, 1025,*1083, 1230. 

County Government (Hurley) — 



14, 


58, 


63, 


64, 


65, 


71, 


73, 


96, 


106, 


109, 


122, 


148, 


169, 


182, 


183, 


186, 


189, 


205, 


216, 


224, 


253, 


256, 


257, 


381, 


399, 


431, 


442, 


448, 


454, 


466, 


488, 


497, 


498, 


509, 


524, 


530, 


531, 


611, 


612, 


653, 


684, 


688, 


744, 


763, 


767, 


772, 


783, 


784, 


819, 


830, 


832. 












S. C 


. R. 5 
















ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






7, 


10, 


36, 


66, 


73, 


79, 


81, 


83, 


101, 


121, 


131, 


142, 


164, 


173, 


175, 


182, 


183, 


214, 


216, 


221, 


226, 


229, 


244, 


261, 


262, 


263, 


282, 


288, 


313, 


322, 


354, 


373, 


375, 


385, 


390, 


402, 


414, 


419, 


421, 


443, 


444, 


445, 


471, 


498, 


538, 


541, 


574, 


601, 


616, 


643, 


645, 


662, 


686, 


840, 


852, 


869, 


877, 


QASl 


950, 


971, 








1054, 


1100, 


1217, 


1224, 


1227, 


1253, 


1264, 


1272, 


1273, 


1274, 


1288, 


1290, 


1305. 





Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed 
Lands (Rush) — 
197, 220, 305, 308, 313, 314, 315, 
386, 560, 561, 779, 808. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

238, 299, 341, 543, 563, 565, 655, 
1064, 1065, 1085, 1159, 1183, 1262, 1271. 

Education (Harris) — 



75, 
343, 
434, 
610, 
659, 
762, 



179, 240, 258, 297, 

344, 348, 351, 352, 

475, 501, 536, 543, 

634, 635, 636, 637, 



663, 
766, 



673, 
781, 



674, 
795. 



681, 



ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

132, 133, 134, 135, 305, 

308, 324, 325, 327, 342, 

394, 452, 578, 614, 630, 

736, 834, 841, 853, 973, 

1087, 1120, 1142, 1160, 1162, 

1165, 1167, 1242, 1243, 1248, 
A. C. R. 14. 



298, 

428, 
564, 
638, 
689, 



306, 
343, 
674, 

1163, 
1299. 



310, 
432, 

565, 
655, 
701, 



307, 
372, 



1164, 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



17 



SENATE COMMITTEES, THEIR CHAIRMEN, AND BILLS REFERRED TO 

THEM — Continued. 



lectu 


rns ( Slater )- 








56, 


70, 72, 


78, 


150, 


165 


195, 


207, 208, 


244, 


355, 


356 


391, 


425, 436, 


447, 


494, 


707 


803, 


807. 









170, 
361, 

759, 



ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

67, 90, 120, 209, 683, 1023, 1105. 



Federal Relations (Canepa) 



328. 

R. 1, S. 

R. 4, S. 

R. 7, S. 
S. J. R. 10, S. 
S. J. R. 13, S. 



327, 
S. J-. 
S. J. 
S. J. 



R. 2 

R. 5 

R. 8 

R. 11 



S. J. R. 

S. J. R. 

S. J. R. 

S. J. R. 

15, S. J. R. 



S. J. R. 17, S. J. R. 19, S. J. R. 

S. J. R. 21, S. J. R. 22, S. J. R. 

S. J. R. 24, S. J. R. 25, S. J. R. 

S. J. R. 27, S. J. R. 28. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS, 
1052. 

A. J. R. 3, A. J. R. 5, A. J. R. 

A. J. R. 11, A. J. R. 12, A. J. R. 

A. J. R. 15, A. J. R. 18, A. J. R. 

A. J. R. 20. 

A. C. R. 16, A. C. R. 21. 

Finance (Ingram) — 



6, 
9, 
12, 
16, 
20, 
23, 
26, 



9, 
13, 

19, 



4, 

*15, 

51, 



*5, 
39, 
'53, 



103, 108, 
152, 158, 



*6, 

41, 

*67, 

110, 

159, 

*185, *188, *197, 

*229, 230, 231, 

270, 282, *291, 

*323, 336, 337, 

*367, *383, 389, 

*455, *468, 469, 

*506, 510, *536, 

*601, *616, 680, 

*727, *731, *733, 

*788, *789, *791, 

823, 825, 826, 

S. C. R. 22. 



7, 
*45, 
*61, 

*125, 
168, 
215, 
232, 

*298, 
345, 

*394, 
484, 

*541, 
694, 

*743, 
801, 
827. 



*9, 

47, 

62, 

128, 

*172, 
217, 
252, 

*303, 
346, 
395, 

*485, 
562, 
695, 

*760, 

*805, 



*4, 
65, 
105, 
166, 
281, 
506, 
615, 
►761, 
800, 
807, 



ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

*15, 18, 19, 26, 



70, 
106, 113, 
174, 224, 
292, 294, 
'532, 556, 



*624, 
768, 
801, 
808, 



696, 
776, 



71, 
114, 
230, 

328, 
579, 

*706, 
777, 



802, 803, 
857, 874, 



91, 
148, 
-233, 
397, 
584, 
716, 
789, 
804, 
903, 



*10, 
49, 

*79, 

133, 
*176, 
*227, 

263, 
*304, 
*349, 

396, 

492, 
*575, 
*696, 
*761, 

806, 



*31, 
*92, 
158, 
237, 
462, 



*13, 

*50, 

*95, 

*144, 

*180, 

228, 

*267, 

*308, 

359, 

*400, 

493, 

*576, 

*699, 

*775, 

*815, 



*41, 
102, 
162, 
*238, 
502, 



1002, 1012, 1015,*1043, 1099, 

1168, 1169, 1180, 1188, 1194, 

1211, 1225, 1229, 1231, 1233, 

1258, 1259, 1266,*1267, 1275, 

1289, 1295, 1302, 1303, 1304, 

1309, 1310, 1313, 1314, 1315. 

A. C. R. 15, A. C. R. 24. 



Fish and Game (Chamberlin) — 



12, 81, 82, 83, 88, 
156, 219, 248, 250, 268, 
273, 280, 330, 
491, 



331, 332, 

500, 502, 

540, 557, 

647, 649, 

668, 677, 678, 



403, 490 

522, 523, 534 

639, 640, 641 

652, 667 

709, 726. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

6, 37, 112, 451, 517, 

677, 816, 927, 928, 930, 

933, 936, 937, 938, 939, 

1096, 1182, 1196, 1316, 
A. C. R. 19. 



Governmental Efficiency (Dennett) — 



146, 

269, 
338, 
503, 
559, 
650, 
679, 



570, 
931, 
997, 



154, 
271, 
339, 
504, 

618, 
651, 

687, 



573, 
932, 



38, 50, 

132, 134, 
239, *262, 
400, 420, 
482, 485, 
570, 



74, 84, 85, 
139, 160, 175 

274, 281. 
421, 426, 
541, 



499 
576 
727 



86, 91, 

191, 238, 

300 303, 383, 

444, 445, 
558, 



575 
704, 710 
786, 813, 815 
S. C. R. 18. 



441 

547 

657, 686, 692, 
752, 753, 760, 
833. 



563, 
698, 
761, 



ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

92, 189, 333, 401, 403, 424, 453, 

470, *484, 489, 490, 491, 500, 501, 

532, 589, 597, 599, 604, 613, 636, 

681, 744, 788, 844, 858, 892, 912, 
960, 

1015, 1016, 1083, 1187, 1222, 1256, 1283. 
A. C. R. 6. 

Hospitals and Asylums (Handy) — 
188, 226, 267, 382. 



ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

309, 311, 312, 450, 481, 593, 
794, 1234. 

Insurance (Johnson, M. B.) — 



17, 18, 19, 

24, 25, 26, 
31, 32, 33, 



20, 

27, 
34, 



21, 
28, 
35, 



22, 

29, 

131, 



177, 415, 416, 417, 427, 554, 
716, 749, 758. 



*602, 


610, 


745, 


747, 


*798, 


799, 


805, 


806, 


1124, 


*1153, 


1199, 


1202, 


1254, 


1257, 


1281, 


1282, 


1306, 


1307, 



ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

46, 50, 51, 52, 



57, 



63, 256, 434, 528, 529, 



29, 
60, 

562, 
1055, 1070. 



Irrigation (Kline) — 

52, 59, 247, 302, 307, 349, 
507, 535, 615, 616, 755, 785, 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

231, 296, 297, 320, 455, 558, 
624 734 
1058,' 1192^ 1203, 1241, 1249, 1269. 



784, 



23, 
30, 

151, 
566, 



58, 
561, 



350, 
831. 



607, 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 



2—39024 sfii 






18 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



SENATE COMMITTEES, THEIR CH AIRMEN, AND BILLS REFERRED TO 

THEM— Continued. 



Judiciary (Jones)- 










Manufactures (Evans) — 






•1, 


3, 


$ 


9, 


42, 


43, 


44, 


115, 212, 213, 787. 






48, 


55, 


66, 


69, 


87, 


89, 


90, 








92, 


94, 


107, 


111, 


112, 


118, 


119, 


ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






121, 


124, 


126, 


127, 


129, 


141, 


144, 


545, 596, 637, 657, 796, 


1209. 




145, 


147, 


153, 


155, 


157, 


163, 


164, 








166, 


167, 


174, 


*175, 


181, 


192, 


193, 


Military Affairs (Tubbs) — • 






198, 


199, 


200, 


202, 


203, 


204, 


209, 


79. 






234, 


235, 


236, 


237, 


241, 


242, 


243, 


S. C. R. 11. 






245, 


249, 


251, 


259, 


262, 


272, 


277, 








278, 


283, 


284, 


285, 


286, 


287, 


288, 


ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






289, 


290, 


292, 


293, 


294, 


295, 


301, 


704, 723, 845, 1011, 1013, 


1185, 


1277. 


316, 


317, 


323, 


334, 


335, 


342, 


364, 


A. C. R. 23. 






365, 


366, 


367, 


368, 


369, 


370, 


371, 








372, 


373, 


374, 


375, 


376, 


377, 


378, 


Mines and Mining (Gates) — 






379, 


384, 


387, 


388, 


392, 


394, 


397, 


137. 






398, 


401, 


406, 


413, 


414, 


423, 


424, 


ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






433, 


457, 


467, 


*479, 


487, 


508, 


513, 


823. 






514, 


515, 


516, 


517, 


518, 


519, 


52 Q, 








521, 


532, 


533, 


542, 


544, 


552, 


553, 


Motor Vehicles (Sharkey) — 






555, 


556, 


569, 


572, 


573, 


574, 


577, 


123, 222, 276, 296, 599, 


600, 


607, 


578, 


579, 


580, 


581, 


582, 


583, 


584, 


722. 






585, 


587, 


588, 


589, 


590, 


591, 


592, 


ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






593, 
644, 


594, 
658, 


595, 
662, 


603, 
664, 


609, 
666, 


642, 
676, 


643, 
700, 


80, 337, 590, 534, 817, 


942, 


1091. 


702, 

725, 


705, 
732, 


706, 
736, 


708, 
745, 


711, 

746, 


712, 

747, 


715, 
748, 


Municipal Corporations (Fellom) — 




750, 


751, 


756, 


757, 


771, 


773, 


774, 


1, 16, 36, 54, 67, 


68, 


101, 


776, 


790, 


792, 


798, 


800, 


802, 


804, 


105, 178, *181, 184, 218, 


221, 


223, 


817. 














254, 255, 261, *407, *408, 


*409, 


*410, 


S. C 


. R. 7- 










*411, *412, 473, 474, 476, 


477, 


478, 
















479, 481, 669, 670, 67T, 


672, 


675, 






ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






685, 690, 729, 741, 768, 


769, 


793, 


5, 


18, 


25, 


28, 


31, 


77, 


78, 


796, 797, 821. 






88, 


95, 


104, 


110, 


140, 


144, 


147, 


S. C. R. 1, S. C. R. 2, S 


. C. R. 3. 


153, 


155, 


159, 


190, 


191, 


194, 


195, 


S. C. R. 4, S. C. R. 6, S 


. C. R. 17, 


196, 


205, 


208, 


210, 


215, 


232, 


241, 


S. C. R. 19, S. C. R. 24. 






251, 


259, 


265, 


266, 


267, 


268, 


277, 








284, 


286, 


287, 


*288, 


293, 


303, 


321, 


ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






335, 


346, 


347, 


356, 


357, 


358, 


364, 


33, 87, 184, 186, 275, 


374, 


386, 


368, 


369, 


383, 


384, 


457, 


460, 


461, 


399, 429, 430, 669, 713, 


730, 


746, 


469, 


473, 


474, 


478, 


483, 


485, 


486, 


821, 859, 860, 871, 969, 


970, 




507, 


524, 


552, 


554, 


576, 


582, 


585, 


1047, 1053, 1121, 1170, 1171, 


1172, 


1245, 


591, 


598, 


622, 


631, 


634, 


639, 


646, 


1251, 1255, 1265, 1294, 1296, 


1298. 




647, 


663, 


684, 


685, 


696, 


715, 


717, 


A. C. R. 1, A. C. R. 5, A 


. C. I 


R. 20, 


718, 


749, 


779, 


822, 


824, 


825, 


826, 


A. C. R. 22, A. C. R. 25. 






827, 


828, 


830, 


831, 


832, 


833, 


835, 








838, 


850, 


863, 


895, 


899, 


902, 


911, 


Prisons and Reformatories ( Swing )- 




918, 


957, 


958, 


980, 


981, 


982, 




53, 567, 568, 648, 723. 






1003, 


1019, 


1026, 


1027, 


1028, 


1029, 


1030, 








1031, 


1032, 


1033, 


1034, 


1035, 


1036, 


1037, 


ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






1038, 


1039, 


1040, 


1041, 


1074, 


1076, 


1084, 


204, 484, 1071, 1206. 






1102, 


1111, 


1123, 


1131, 


1150, 


1158, 


1174, 








1176, 


1191, 


1195, 


1204, 


1205, 


1208, 


1220, 


Public Charities and Corrections 




1223. 


1226, 


1252, 


1263, 


1284, 


1286, 


1287, 


(Lewis) — 






1293, 


1297, 


1301, 


1308. 








45, 304, 322, 324, 325, 


329, 


333, 


A. C 


. R. 26. 










-334, 358, 456, 458, 770. 






Labor 


and Capital (Murphy )- 






ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






104, 


116, 


117, 


135, 


138, 


*193, 


206, 


4, 108, 109, 127, 149, 


242, 


300, 


214, 


264, 


340, 


341, 


470, 


471, 


472, 


707, 






483, 


537, 


548, 


549, 


550, 


551, 


617, 


1001, 1246, 1285, 1291. 






631, 


633, 


693. 










Public Health and Quarantine 










ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






(Crowley) — 






157, 


171, 


250, 


395, 


396, 


497, 


742, 


11, 40, 60, 76, 80, 


95, 


162, 


820, 


1107. 












180, 201, 210, 260, 275, 


318, 


319, 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 






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19 



SENATE COMMITTEES, THEIR CHAIRMEN, AND BILLS REFERRED TO 

THEM— Continued. 



Public Health and Quarantine 
( Crowley ) — Continued 
320, 347, 393, 455, 545, 632, 654, 

682, 718, 719, 720, 754, 778, 780, 
799, 812. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

152 223, 255, 304, 387, 433, 487, 

510, 511, 512, 700, 732, 738, 812, 

813, 814, 815, 896, 897, 898, 915, 

959, 962, 987, 

10*51, 1094, 1216, 1280. 

Public Morals (Creighton) — 
279, 665. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

381, 787. 

Public Utilities (Inman) — 

61, 120, 136, 143, 187, 190, 233, 
266, 404, 430, 449, 450, 451, 452, 
453, 511, 512, 528, 529, 660, 661, 

683, 764, 810. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

423, *424, 425, 426, 521, 522, 533, 
602. 

Reapportionment (Sample) — 
326, 820. 

Revenue and Taxation (Nelson) — 

37, 77, 142, 211, 363, 459, 460, 
461, 462, 463, 464, 465, 525, 526, 
527, 571, 596, 597, 601, 602, 613, 
691, 717, 728. 
S. C. R. 10, S. C. R. 15. 

ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

274, 388, 389, 
1006, 1122, 1154, 1312. 



Revision and, Printing (Taylor)- 

S. C. R. 8. 
Roads and Highways (Powers)- 



6, 15, 102, 


113, 


130, 


161, 


229, 


246, 291, 306, 


354, 


357, 


360, 


380, 


407, 408, 409, 


410, 


411, 


412, 


437, 


438, 439, 440, 


443, 


446, 


505, 


546, 


598, 604, 605, 


606, 


608, 


614, 


645, 


646, 721, 735, 


737, 


740, 


742, 


743, 


824. 










S. C. A. *31. 










ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






2, 9, 15, 


21, 


27, 


72, 


100, 


151, 160, 206, 


207, 


219, 


233, 


249, 


290, 363, 435, 


436, 


446, 


465, 


466, 


488, 583, 586, 


588, 


603, 


644, 


688, 


795, *798, 894, 


947, 


999, 


1057, 


1153, 


1175, 1189, 1197, 


1267. 








Rules (Breed) — 










A. C. R. 4, A. ( 


2. R. 


17. 






U iiiversities and Teachers Colleges 




(West) — 










173, 194, 311, 


480, 


734, 


775, 


788, 


789, 805, 816, 


822. 








S. C. R. 12, S. 


C. R. 


13. 






ASSEMBLY BILLS. 






837, 1300. 











Without Reference to Committee — 
46, 353, 703, 829. 
S. C. R. 9, S. C. R. 16, S. C. R. 23, 
S. C. R. 25, S. C. R. 26, S. C. R. 27. 
S. J. R. 14, S. J. R. 18. 



ASSEMBLY BILLS. 

1, 64, 344, 431. 

A. C. R. 2, A. C. R. 8, A. C. 

A. C. R. 18. 

A. J. R. 1, A. J. R. 4. 



R. 10, 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 



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FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



RECAPITULATION OF SENATE BILLS, THEIR AUTHORS AND 
COMMITTEES TO WHICH REFERRED OR RE-REFERRED. 



ALLEN- 

Constitutional Amendments — 11. 

Education — 258, 673, 674, 762. 

Elections — 170. 

Finance — *79. 

Judiciary — *1, 174. 

Military Affairs — 79. 

Municipal Corporations — 1, 669, 670 

671, 672, 675, 796. 
Prisons and Reformatories — 723. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 799. 

BAKER— 
Banking — 2. 

Constitutional Amendments — 9. 
Education— 297, 298, 352, 536. 
Fish and Game — 338, 339. 
Governmental Efficiency — 91. 
Judiciary — 92, 198. 

Municipal Corporations — S. C. R. 17. 
Reapportionment — 820. 
Roads and Highways — 614, 721. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 
822. 

BOGGS— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 97, 98, 

99, 100, 227, 538, 539. 
Commerce and Navigation — 225. 
Conservation — 265. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 9. 
Corporations — 739. 
Countv Government — 

65, 96, 106, 224, 381. 
Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed 

Lands— 305, 308, 313, 314, 315. 
Elections — 803. 

Federal Relations — S. J. R. 10. 
Finance — 133, *227. 
Fish and Game — 540. 
Hospitals and Asylums — #68, 226. 
Judiciary — 192. 
Motor Vehicles — 123. 
Municipal Corporations — 101. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 40. 
Public Utilities— 187. 
Reapportionment — 820. 
Revision and Printing — S. C. R. 8. 

BREED— 

Conservation — 185. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 17, S. C. A. 25, S. C. A. 29, 

S. C. A. 37, S. C. A. 40. 
County Government — 182, 183. 
Education — 610. 
Finance — 152, *601, 694. 
Judiciary — 

284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 294, 

603, 609. 
Motor Vehicles — 599, 600, 607. 
Municipal Corporations — 

184, 254, 255, S. C. R. 1. 



BREED— Continued. 
"^Public Utilities— 810. 
Revenue and Taxation — 

37, 597, 601, 602. 
Roads and Highways — 

291, 598. 604, 605, 606, 608. 
Without Reference to Committee — 
46, S. C. R. 27. 

CANEPA— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 321. 

Banking — 489. 

Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 40. 
Commerce and Navigation — 

196, 486, 656, 699. 
Federal Relations — S. J. R. 24. 
Finance— 492, 493. 
Fish and Game— 677, 678, 679. 
Judiciary— 736, 790. 
Municipal Corporations — S. C. R. 3. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 

318, 319, 320. 
Revenue and Taxation — 

459, 460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 465. 
Roads and Highways — 102. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 

S. C. R. 13. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14, S. C. R. 16. 

CHAMBERLIN— 

Commerce and Navigation — 402. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 18, S. C. A. 21, S. C. A. 22, 
S. C. A. 35, S. C. A. 40. 
Corporations— 385, 390, 405, 418, 419, 

586, 713, 714. 

County Government — 399, 744. 
Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed 

Lands — 386. 
Elections — 391. 

Federal Relations— S. J. R. 1. 
Finance — 

*367, 389, *394, 395, 396, 695, 825. 
Fish and Game — 

403, 639, 640, 641, 647. 
Governmental Efficiency — 

400, 420, 421, 570, 575, 576, 710, 727, 
S. C. R. 18. 

Insurance — 

17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 

25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 

33, 34, 35, 415, 416, 417, 749. 
Judiciary — 

166, ^67, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 369, 

370, 371, 372. 373, 374, 375, 376, 377, 

378. 379, 387, 388, 392, 394, 397, 398, 

401, 406, 413, 414, 572, 573, 574, 577, 
578, 579, 580, 581, 582, 583, 584, 585, 

587, 588, 589, 590, 591, 592, 593, 594, 
711, 712, 715, 745, 746, 747, 748, 792. 



Bills re -referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 



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21 



RECAPITULATION OF SENATE BILLS, THEIR AUTHORS, AND COMMIT 
TEES TO WHICH REFERRED OR RE- REFERRED— Continued. 



CHAMBERLIN— Continued. 
Municipal Corporations — 

407, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412, S. C. R. 2. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 393. 
Public Utilities — 404. 
Reapportionment — 326. 
Revenue and Taxation — 571. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. C. R. 25. 

CHRISTIAN— 

Building - and Loan Associations — 

626, 627. 
County Government — 205, 448, 454. 
Elections— 56, 244, 447, 807. 
Governmental Efficiency — 813. 
Judiciary — 

55, 66, 202, 203, 204, 209, 241, 242, 
243. 301. 
Municipal Corporations — 54. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 201. 
Public Utilities— 

449, 450, 451, 452, 458, 511, 512. 
Revenue and Taxation — S. C. R. 10. 

CREIGHTON— 
Conservation — 52. 
County Government — 497, 498. 
Education — 781. 
Finance — 158, 159. 
Governmental Efficiencv — 

160. 499. 786. 
Irrigation — 

59, 247, 302, 307, 616. 
*loads and Highways — 246, 306. 

CROWLEY— 

Commerce and Navigation — 

196, 486, 656. 
Elections— 165. 
Finance— 228, 288, *383. 
Governmental Efficiency — 383. 
Hospitals and Asylums — 382. 
Judiciary— 292, 293, 295, 457, 774. 
Motor Vehicles — 722. 
Municipal Corporations — S. C. R. 3. 
Public Charities and Corrections — 

456, 458. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 

11, 60, 162, 180, 455, 654, 780. 
Public Utilities— 660. 
Roads and Highways — 102. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

DENNETT— 

Building and Loan Associations — 

628, 629, 630. 
Conservation — 791 . 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 12, S. C. A. 27, S. C. A. 41. 

S. C. A. 42. 
Education — 655. 
Elections — 425. 

Federal Relations— S. J. R. 17. 
Fish and Game — 651. 



DENNETT — Continued. 
Governmental Efficiency — 

238, 239, 563, 815. 
Finance — *349, *791. 
Irrigation— 349, 350. 
Judiciary — 237, 316, 317. 
Without Reference to Committee — 
353. 

EVANS— 

Conservation — 1 76. 

Drainag-e, Swamp and Overflowed 

Lands — 808. 
Fish and Game — 248. 
Roads and Highways — 546. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 

816. 

FKLLOM— 

Commerce and Navigation — 

196, 486, 656. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 16, S. C. A. 33, S. C. A. 40. 
Elections— 207, 208, 436. 
Federal Relations — S. J. R. 19. 
Finance— *95, 823. 
Governmental Efficiency — 727. 
Insurance — 716. 
Judiciary — 147, 259, 569. 
Labor and Capital — 

206, 548, 549, 550, 551, 693. 
Municipal Corporations — S. C. R. 3. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 95. 
Roads and Highways — 102, 437. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

GATES— 

County Government — 442. 

Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed 

Lands — 779. 
Fish and Game— 557, 559, 649, 650. 
Governmental Efficiency — 441, 558. 
Prisons and Reformatories — 648. 
Roads and Highways— 440, 742, 743. 

GRAY— 

Comrnerce and Navigation — 196, 486, 

656, 696, 697, 730, 731, 738, 765. 
Corporations — 794. 
Finance— *731. 

Governmental Efficiency — 547, 698. 
Insurance — 758. 
Judiciary — 251, 676. 
Municipal Corporations — 794. 

S. C. R. 3. 
Roads and Highways — 102. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

HANDY— 

County Government — 58, 122. 
Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed 

Lands— 560', 561. 
Elections — 803. 
Federal Relations— S. J. R. 13. 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 



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RECAPITULATION OF SENATE BILLS, THEIR AUTHORS, AND COMMIT- 
TEES TO WHICH REFERRED OR RE- REFERRED— Continued. 



HANDY— Continued. 

Finance— *267, 270, 336, 337, *691. 
Pish and Game — 271, 273. 
Governmental Efficiency — 

132, 274, 444, 445. 
Hospitals and Asylums — 267. 
Judiciary — 

3, 42, 43, 44, 121, 272, 800. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 260. 
Revenue and Taxation — 691. 
Roads and Highways — 443, 446. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

HARRIS— 

Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 40. 
Education — 240. 
Judiciary — 249. 
Reapportionment — 820. 

HOLLISTER— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 

S. C. R. 14. 
Banking— 93. 
Building and Loan Associations — 

624, 625. 
Commerce and Navigation — 782. 
Conservation — 299. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 40. 
County Government — 488, 763. 
Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed 

Lands — 197. 
Judiciary— 508. 

Public Health and Quarantine — 545. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 

775, S. C. R. 12. 

HURLEY— 

Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 19, S. C. A. 20, S. C. A. 28, 

S. C. A. 31. 
County Government — 

216, 257, 783, 830. 
Education— 348, 564, 565, 663, 701. 
Elections — 150, 355, 361. 
Federal Relations — 

S. J. R. 20, S. J. R. 21, S. J. R. 22, 

S. J. R. 23. 
Finance — 469, 562. 
Fish and Game — 522, 523, 667, 668. 
Governmental Efficiency — 485, 753. 
Insurance — 151, 554, 566. 
Judiciary — 

118, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519. 

520, 521, 552, 553, 662, 664, 666, 700, 

702. 
Labor and Capital— 116, 117, 340, 341. 
Manufactures — 115. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 347. 
Public Morals — 665. 
Public Utilities— 661, 764. 



INGRAM— 

Conservation — 140. 

County Government — 63, 64, 186, 509. 
Governmental Efficiency — 
139, 281, 300, 760, 761. < 
Finance — 

4, 47, 62, 103, 217, 230, 231, 826. 
Insurance— 427. 

Irrigation — 615. 
Labor and Capital — 138. 
Mines and Mining — 137. 
Municipal Corporations — 16. 
Without Reference to Committee — 
703, 829. 

INMAN— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 

5. C. R. 20. 

County Government — 431, 466, 524. 
Education— 432, 681. 
Federal Relations — S. J. R. 9. 
Finance— *144, 680, 827. 
Fish and Game — 540. 
Governmental Efficiency — 426, 752. 
Irrigation — 755. 
Judiciary — 

. 94, 144, 181, 234, 235, 236, 467, 555, 

556, 706, 750, 751, 756, 757. 
Municipal Corporations — *181, 741. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 

682, 812. 
Public Utilities— 266. 
Roads and Highways — 740. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. C. R. 9, S. C. R. 16. * 

JOHNSON, A. B.— 

Conservation — 5, 149, S. C. R. 21. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 10, S. C. A. 14, S. C. A. 40. 
County Government — 784. 
Federal Relations — S. J. R. 25. 
Finance — 168, 232. 
Fish and Game — 250, 709. 
Judiciary — 817. 
Motor Vehicles— 222. 
Municipal Corporations — 

178, 221, 223. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 

S. C. R. 12. 

JOHNSON, M. B.— 

Commerce and Navigation — 114, 196. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

5. C. A. 15, S. C. A. 40. 
Judiciary— 89, 90, 111, 112, 141. 
Municipal Corporations — S. C. R. 19. 
Roads and Highways — 

6, 15, 102, 113, 161. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 

194. 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 









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RECAPITULATION OF SENATE BILLS, THEIR AUTHORS, AND COMMIT 
TEES TO WHICH REFERRED OR RE-REFERRED— Continued. 



JONES— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 422. 
Building- and Loan Associations — 

619, 620. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 34, S. C. A. 40. 
County Government — 772. 
Education — 

634, 635, 636, 637, 638. 
Federal Relations — S. J. R. 9. 
Governmental Efficiency — 134. 
Irrigation — 831. 
Judiciary— 124, 771, 773. 
Labor and Capital — 633. 
Public Charities and Corrections — 

770. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 

718, 719, 720. 
Revenue and Taxation — 717. 
Roads and Highways — 15, 102. 
Reapportionment — 820. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. C. R. 23. 

KLINE— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 

171, 172. 
Conservation — 57. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 9. 
Finance — 510, 801. 
Fish and Game — 219. 
Governmental Efficiency — 692, 704. 
Irrigation — 507. 

Municipal Corporations — 218, 793. 
Roads and Highways — 438, 439. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 

173. 

LEWIS— 

Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 1, S. C. A. 2, S. C. A. 3, 
S. C. A. 4, S. C. A. 5, S. C. A. 6, 
S. C. A. 36. 

County Government — 14. 

Education— 75, 343, 344. 

Elections — 78. 

Federal Relations — 

S. J. R. 2, S. J. R. 3, S. J. R. 4, 
S. J. R. 5, S. J. R. 6, S. J. R. 7, 
S. J. R. 8, S. J. R. 11, S. J. R. 12, 
S. J. R. 26. 

Finance — 7, *53. 

Judiciary — 544. 

Motor Vehicles — 296. 

Municipal Corporations — 36, 821. 

Prisons and Reformatories — 53. 

Public Health and Quarantine — 
76, 80, 210. 

Public Utilities— 143. 

Revenue and Taxation — 77, 142, 211. 

LYON— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 814. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 13, S. C. A. 26, S. C. A. 32, 
S. C. A. 38, S. C. A. 39. 



LYON— Continued. 
Corporations — *814. 
County Government — 71, 256. 
Education — 475. 
Elections — 70, 72, 356. 
Finance— 228, *475, 484. 
Governmental Efficiency — 175. 
Insurance — 177. 
Judiciary — 

69, 277, 278, 384, 595, 725. 
Labor and Capital — 214. 
Manufactures — 212, 213. 
Motor Vehicles — 276. 
Municipal Corporations — 

67, 68, 473, 474, 476, 477, 478, 479, 

481. 
Public Charities and Corrections — 

358. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 

275, 632, 754, 778. 
Public Morals— 279. 
Revenue and Taxation — 596, 613. 
Roads and Highways — 357. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 
480. 

MALONEY- 

Civil Service — 435. 
Commerce and Navigation — 

196, 486, 656. 
County Government — 832. 
Finance— *61, 345, 346. 
Judiciary — 193, 283. 
Labor and Capital — 

*193, 264, 472, 537. 617. 
Municipal Corporations — S. C. R. 3. 
Public Utilities— 61, 233. 
Roads and Highways — 102. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

MURPHY— 

Banking — 724. 

Commerce and Navigation — 

196, 486, 656. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 40. 
Education— 434, 795. 
Federal Relations — 

S. J. R. 9, S. J. R. 20, S. J. R. 21, 

S. J. R. 22, S. J. R. 23. 
Fish and Game — 726. 
Judiciary— 48, 249, 802. 
Labor and Capital — 135. 
Municipal Corporations — S. C. R. 3. 
Public Charities and Corrections — 45. 
Public Utilities— 120, 136. 
Roads and Highways — 102. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

NELSON— 

Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 9, S. C. A. 40. 
County Government — 

148, '530, 531, 653. 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type, 



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RECAPITULATION OF SENATE BILLS, THEIR AUTHORS, AND COMMIT- 
TEES TO WHICH REFERRED OR RE- REFERRED— Continued. 



NELSON— Continued. 
Federal Relations — 

S. J. R. 13, S. J. R. 16. 
Fi nance— 128, 336, 337, 806. 
Fish and Game — 

81, 82, 83, 88, 534. 
Governmental Efficiency — 84, 85, 86. 
Insurance — 131. 

Judiciary— 8, 87, 129, 532, 533. 
Municipal Corporations — 

S. C. R. 4. 
Public Utilities— 528, 529. 
Revenue and Taxation — 

525, 526, 527. 
Roads and Highways — 130, 546. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

PEDROTTI— 

Elections — 195. 

Governmental Efficiency — 710. 
Judiciary— 126, 127, 200. 
Labor and Capital — 631. 
Municipal Corporations — 261. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 
805. 

POWERS— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 

309, 312, 429, 828. 
County Government — 189. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 7. 
-Education — 428. 
Federal Relations — S. J. R. 27. 
Fish and Game — 652. 
Governmental Efficiency — 191. 
Irrigation — 535. 
Judiciary— 705, 798. 
Public Utilities— 190. 
Roads and Highways— 229, 354. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 18. 

RUSH— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 125, 506. 
Commerce and Navigation — 811. 
Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed 

Lands— 220. 
Fish and Game — 540. 
Finance— *1 25, *506. 

SAMPLE— 
Banking — 93. 

Commerce and Navigation — 777, 818. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 23, S. C. A. 35, S. C. A. 40, 

S. C. A. 42. 
County Government — ■ 

109, 169, 253, *380, 611, 612. 
Education — 501. 
Federal Relations— 327, 328. 

S. J. R. 15. 
Finance^9, 51, 108, 1T0, 252, 263. 
Fish and Game — 

154, 156, 268, 269, 330, 331, 332, 500, 

502, 503, 504. 
Governmental Efficiency — 50, *262. 



SAMPLE— Continued. 
Judiciary — 

8, 107, 153, 155, 157, 262, 323, 334, 

335, 423, 424, 642, 643, 644. 
Labor and Capital — 104. 
Municipal Corporations — 105, 729. 

S. C. R. 24. 
Public Charities and Corrections — 

322, 324, 325, 329, 333, *334. 
Reapportionment — 326. 
Revenue and Taxation — 728. 
Roads and Highways — 

380, 505, 645, 646. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. C. R. 9. 

SHARKEY— 

Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 40. 
County Government— 684, 688, 767. 
Education — 689, 766. 
Finance — 680. 
Fish and Game — 540, 687. 
Governmental Efficiency — 686. 
Irrigation — 785. 
Judiciary — 776. 
Municipal Corporations — 

685, 690, 768, 769. 
Public Utilities— 683. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

SLATER— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 13. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 24. 
County Government — 73, 819. 
Education — 310, 659. 
Federal Relations — * 

S. J. R. 13, S. J. R. 15. 
Finance— *9, 41, 215, 282, 336, 337. 
Judiciary — 9, 732. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 

311. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

SWING — 

County Government — S. C. R. 5. 
Education — 351. 
Federal Relations— S. J. R. 28. 
Fish and Game — 146. 
Governmental Efficiency — 303, 833. 
Judiciary— 145, 433, S. C. R. 7. 
Municipal Corporations — 178. 

S. C. R. 6. 
Prisons and Reformatories- — 567, 568. 
Roads and Highways— 360, 824. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. C. R. 26. 

TAYLOR— 

Agriculture and Live Stock — 

468, 495, 496. 
Building and Loan Associations — 
622, 623. 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 



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25 



RECAPITULATION OF SENATE BILLS, THEIR AUTHORS, AND COMMIT- 
TEES TO WHICH REFERRED OR RE- REFERRED— Continued. 



TAYLOR— Continued. 

Conservation — 10, 362, 733. 
Education — 179. 
Elections— 494, 707, 759. 
Finance — *53. 
Judiciary— 542, 708. 
Municipal Corporations — 797. 
Prisons and Reformatories — 53. 
Revenue and Taxation — S. C. R. 15. 

TUBBS— 

Commerce and Navigation — 

196, 486, 656. 
Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 30. 
Corporations — 809. 
Municipal Corporations — S. C. R. 3. 
Public Utilities— 430. 
Roads and Highways — 102. 
Without Reference to Committee — 

S. J. R. 14. 

WEST— 

Constitutional Amendments — 

S. C. A. 8, S. C. A. 33. 
Finance— 39, 345, 346, 359. 



WEST— Continued. 

Governmental Efficiency — 

38, 482, 541, 657. 
Judiciary — 

163, 164, 166, 167, 245, 342, 658, 804. 
Labor and Capital — 483. 
Manufactures — 787. 
Military Affairs — S. C. R. 11. 
Reapportionment — 326. 
Revenue and Taxation — 37, 363. 



YOUNG— 

Building and Loan Associations — 621. 
Education — 543. 
Finance — S. C. R. 22. 
Fish and Game— 12, 280, 490, 491, 618. 
Governmental Efficiency — 74. 
Judiciary— 119, 199, 323, 487. 
Labor and Capital — 470, 471. 
Public Charities and Corrections — 

304. 
Public Health and Quarantine — 11. 
Roads and Highways — 735, 737. 
Universities and Teachers Colleges — 

734, 788, 789. 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 



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SENATE BILLS AND THEIR AUTHORS. 



ALLEN— 

1, 79, 170, 174, 
672, 673, 674, 675, 

BAKER— 

2, 91, 92, 198, 
352, 536, 614, 721, 



258, 669, 670, 671, 
723, 762, 796, 799. 



297, 298, 338, 339, 
820, 822. 



BOGGS— 

40, 65, 96, 



97, 



106, 123, 133, 187, 

226, 227, 265, 305, 

538, 539, 540, 739, 

BREED— 

37, 46, 152, 182, 

255, 284, 285, 286, 

291, 294, 597, 598, 

603, 604, 605, 606, 
694, 810. 

CANEPA— 

102, 196, 318, 319, 

461, 462, 463, 464, 

493, 656, 677, 678, 

CHAMBERLIN— 



17, 

25, 



18, 

26, 
33, 34, 
366, 367, 
374, 375, 
387, 388, 
395, 396, 
403, 404, 
411, 412, 
419, 420, 
575, 576, 
583, 584, 
591, 592, 
695, 710, 
744, 745, 



19, 20, 

27, 28, 

35, 166, 

368, 369, 

376, 377, 

389, 390, 

397, 398, 

405, 406, 

413, 414, 

421, 570, 

577, 578, 

585, 586, 

593, 594, 

711, 712, 

746, 747, 



CHRISTIAN— 

54, 55, 56, 66, 

205, 209, 241, 242, 

448, 449, 450, 451, 

512, 626, 627, 807, 

CREIGHTON— 

52, 59, 158,. 159, 

306, 307, 497, 498, 

CROWLEY— 

11, 60, 102, 162, 

288, 292, 293, 295, 

457, 458, 486, 654, 

780. 



98, 
188, 
308, 
803, 



183, 
287, 
599, 

607, 



320, 

465, 
679, 



21, 
29, 
167, 
370, 
378, 
391, 
399, 
407, 
415, 
571, 
579, 
587, 
639, 
713, 
748, 



201, 

243, 
452, 
813. 



160, 
499, 



165, 
382, 

656, 



99, 100, 101, 

192, 224, 225, 

314, 315, 381, 
820. 



184, 185, 254, 

288, 289, 290, 

600, 601, 602, 

608, 609, 610, 



321, 459, 460, 
486, 489, 492, 
699, 736, 790. 



22, 23, 
30, 31, 
326, 364, 
371, 372, 
379, 385, 
392, 393, 
400, 401, 
408, 409, 
416, 417, 
572, 573, 
580, 581, 
588, 589, 
640, 641, 
714, 715, 
749, 792, 



202, 203, 
244, 301, 
453, 454, 



246, 247, 
616, 781, 



180, 196, 
383, 455, 
660, 722, 



24, 
32, 
365, 
373, 
386, 
394, 
402, 
410,4 
418, 
574, 
582, 
590, 
647, 
727, 
825. 



204, 
447, 
511, 



302, 

786. 



228, 
456, 
774, 



DENNETT— 

237, 238, 239, 316, 317, 349, 350, 353, 
425, 563, 628, 629, 630, 651, 655, 791, 
815. 



EVANS— 

176, 248, 546, 808, 816. 

FELLOM— 

95, 102, 147, 196, 206, 207, 208, 259, 

436, 437, 486, 548, 549, 550, 551, 569, 

656, 693, 716, 727, 823. 

GATES— 

440, 441, 442, 557, 558, 559, 648, 649, 
650, 742, 743, 779. 

GRAY— 

102, 196, 251, 486, 547, 656, 676, 696, 
697, 698, 730, 731, 738, 758, 765, 794. 

HANDY— 

3, 42, 43, 44, 58, 121, 122, 132, 
260, 267, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 336, 
337, 443, 444, 445, 446, 560, 561, 691, 
800, 803. 

HARRIS— 
240, 249, 820. 



HOLLISTER— 

93, 197, 299, 

763, 775, 782. 

HURLEY— 

115, 116, 117, 

340, 341, 347, 

513, 514, 515, 

521, 522, 523, 

565, 566, 661, 

667, 668, 700, 
830. 

INGRAM— 

4, 16, 47, 
138, 139, 140, 
300, 427, 509, 
829. 



488, 508, 545, 624, 625, 



118, 
348, 
516, 
552, 
662, 
701, 



62, 
186, 
615, 



INMAN— 

94, 144, 181, 234, 

431, 432, 466, 467, 

680, 681, 682, 706, 

752, 755, 756, 757, 

JOHNSON, A. B.— 

5, 149, 168, 178, 
250, 709, 784, 817. 

JOHNSON, M. B.— 

6, 15, 89, 90, 
114, 141, 161, 194, 



150, 151, 

355, 361, 

517, 518, 

553, 554, 

663, 664, 

702, 753, 



63, 64, 
217, 230, 
703, 760, 



235, 236, 
524, 540, 
740, 741, 
812, 827. 



216, 257, 

469, 485, 

519, 520, 

562, 564, 

665, 666, 

764, 783, 



103, 137, 
231, 281, 
761, 826, 



266, 426, 
555, 556, 
750, 751, 



221, 222, 223, 232, 



102, 111, 
196. 



112, 113, 



JONES— 

15, 102, 124, 134, 422, 619, 620, 633, 

634, 635, 636, 637, 638, 717, 718, 719, 

720, 770, 771, 772, 773, 820, 831. 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 







SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



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SENATE BILLS AND THEIR AUTHORS— Continued. 



KLINE— 

57, 171, 172, 173, 218, 219, 438, 439, 
507, 510, 692, 704, 801. 

LEWIS— 

7, 14, 36, 53, 75, 76, 77, 78, 
80, 142, 143, 210, 211, 296, 343, 344, 
544, 821. 



LYON— 

67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 

212, 213, 214, 228, 256, 

278, 279, 356, 357, 358, 

475, 476, 477, 478, 479, 

595, 596, 613, 632, 725, 

M ALONE Y— 

61, 102, 193, 196, 233, 

346, 435, 472, 486, 537, 

MURPHY— 

45, 48, 102, 120, 135, 

434, 486, 656, 724, 726, 



72, 175, 177, 
275, 276, 277, 
384, 473, 474, 
480, 481, 484, 
754, 778, 814. 



264, 283, 345, 
617, 656, 832. 



136, 196, 249, 
795, 802. 



NELSON— 

8, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 

88, 128, 129, 130, 131, 148, 336, 337, 

525, 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531, 532, 

533, 534, 546, 653, 806. 

PEDROTTI— 

126, 127, 195, 200, 261, 631, 710, 805. 

POWERS— • 

189, 190, 191, 229, 309, 312, 354, 428, 

429, 535, 652, 705, 798, 828. 

RUSH— 

125, 220, 506, 540, 811. 



SAMPLE— 

8, 49, 50, 
108, 109, 110, 
169, 252, 253, 
323, 324, 325, 
331, 332, 333, 
500, 501, 502, 
642, 643, 644, 
818. 



51, 93, 104, 

153, 154, 155, 

262, 263, 268, 

326, 327, 328, 

334, 335, 380, 

503, 504, 505, 

645, 646, 728, 



105, 107, 

156, 157, 

269, 322, 

329, 330, 

423, 424, 

611, 612, 

729, 777, 



SHARKEY— 

540, 680, 683, 684, 685, 686, 687, 688, 
689, 690, 766, 767, 768, 769, 776, 785. 

SLATER— 

9, 13, 41, 73, 215, 282, 310, 311, 

336, 337, 659, 732, 819. 

SWING— 

145, 146, 178, 303, 351, 360, 433, 567, 

568, 824, 833. 

TAYLOR— 

10. 53, 179, 362, 468, 494, 495, 496, 
542, 622, 623, 707, 708, 733, 759, 797. 

TUBBS— 

102, 196, 430, 486, 656, 809. 

WEST— 

37, 38, 39, 163, 164, 166, 167, 245, 

326, 342, 345, 346, 359, 363, 482, 483, 

541, 657, 658, 787, 804. 

YOUNG — 

11, 12, 74, 119, 199, 280, 304, 323, 
470, 471, 487, 490, 491, 543, 618, 621, 
734, 735, 737, 788, 789. 



Bills re-referred from another committee indicated by an asterisk (*). 
Bills reported out from committee indicated by black-face type. 



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FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. 



Allen 11 

Raker 9 

Boggs 9 

Breed 17, 25, 29, 37, 40 

Canepa 40 

Chamberlin 18, 21, 22, 35, 40 

Dennett 12, 27, 41, 42 

Fellom 16, 33, 40 

Harris 40 

Hollister 40 

Hurley i 19, 20, 28, 31 

Johnson, A. B 10, 14, 40 

Johnson, M. B 15, 40 



Jones 34, 40 

Kline ,. 9 

Lewis 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6~, 36 

Lyon , 13, 26, 32, 38, 39 

Murphy 4 

Nelson 9, 40 

Powers 7 

Sample 23, 35, 40, 42 

Sharkey 40 

Slater 24 

Tubbs 30 

West 8, 33 



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS 



Baker 17 

Boggs 8 

Breed 1, 27 

Canepa 3, 13, 16 

Chamberlin 2, 18, 25 

Christian 10 

Crowley 3 

Fellom 3 

Gray 3 

Hollister 12, 14 

Inman 9, 16, 20 

Johnson, A. B 12, 21 



Johnson, M. B 19 

Jones 23 

Maloney 3 

Murphy 3 

Nelson 4 

Sample 9, 24 

Swing- 5, 6, 7, 26 

Taylor 15 

Tubbs 3 

West 1 11 

Young- 22 



SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



Boggs 10 

Canepa 24, 14 

Chamberlin 1 

Crowley 14 

Dennett 1 17 

Fellom 14, 19 

Gray 14 

Handy 13* 14 

Hurley ___20, 21, 22, 23 

Inman 9 

Johnson, A. B 25 



Jones 9 

Lewis 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 26 

Maloney 14 

Murphy 9, 14, 20, 21, 22, 23 

Nelson 13, 14, 16 

Powers 18, 27 

Sample 15 

Sharkey : ,. 14 

Slater 13, 14, 15 

Swing ^_ 28 

Tubbs -1 14 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 29 



NUMBER OF SENATE BILLS, AMENDMENTS AND 
RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED DAILY 



Senate Constitutional Concurrent Joint 

Bills Amendments Resolutions Resolutions Total 

Thursday, January 8 40 __ 1 10 51 

Friday, January 9 4 1 5 

Monday, January 12 16 4 1 ] 22 

Tuesday, January 13 14 __ __ __ 14 

Wednesday, January 14 29 1 1 1 32 

Thursday, January 15 21 3 2 26 

Friday, January 16 25 2 4 2 33 

Monday, January 19 32 2 1 2 37 

Tuesday, January 20 34 1 1 1 37 

Wednesday, January 21 68 3 __ __ 71 

Thursday, January 22 202 6 2 2 212 

Friday. January 23 235 6 2 1 244 

Saturday, January 24 53 2 1 1 57 

Thursday, February 26 __ 1 __ __ 1 

Friday, February 27 __ __ 1 1 

Monday, March 2 4 1 5 

Tuesday, March 3 6 .._ ■ __ 6 

Wednesday, March 4 3 1 4 

Monday, March 9 ^ 1 __ __ 1 2 

Tuesday, March 10 2 __ __ __ 2 

Wednesday, March 11 3 1 4 

Thursday. March 12 1 1 2 

Friday, March 13 1 1 2 

Monday, March 16 1 1 2 

Tuesday, March 17 1 1 

Wednesday, March 18 2 __ __ ' 2 

Monday, March 23 4 4 

Tuesday, March 24 1 1 2 

Wednesday, March 25 1 — 1 

Thursday, March 26 !__ 1 __ 1 

Friday, March 27 1 1 2 

Monday, March 30 1 __ 2 1 4 

Tuesday, March 31 2 __ __ __ 2 

Wednesday, April 1 5 2 2 9 

Thursday, April 2 1 — 1 

Monday, April 6 2 __ __ __ 2 

Tuesday, April 7 2 __ __ __ 2 

Wednesday, April 8 3 1 — __ 4 

Thursday, April 9 4 4 

Friday, April 10 „ __ __ 1 1 

Monday, April 13 4 1 1 6 

Tuesday, April 14 1 

Wednesday, April 15 1 1 

Thursday, April 16 — — 1 __ 1 

Friday, April 17 1 1 2 

Tuesday, April 21 4 __ __ — 4 

Wednesday, April 22 __ _.. 1 __ 1 

Totals 833 42 27 28 930 

Not to exceed eighty additional bills may be Introduced after the constitutional 
recess. 

There is no limit on the number of constitutional amendments, or joint or 
concurrent resolutions which may be introduced after the constitutional recess. 



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FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



COMPARATIVE CHART OF PRESENT AND PREVIOUS 
SESSIONS OF SENATE BILLS, RESOLUTIONS AND AMEND- 
MENTS INTRODUCED. 





1909 


1911 


1913 


1915 


1917 


1919 


1921 


1923 


1925 


Total number of bills introduced 

Total number of constitutional amendments intro- 


1,254 

51 

22 
23 


1,200 

54 
21 
28 


1,783 

74 
34 
43 


1,260 

38 
20 
13 


1,203 

51 
31 
17 


761 

27 
24 
36 


923 

27 
20 
15 


750 

35 

27 
21 


♦833 
t42 


Total number of concurrent resolutions introduced.. 
Total number of joint resolutions introduced 


t27 
t28 




1,350 


1,393 


1,934 


1,331 


1,302 


848 


985 


833 


930 







*Number of bills introduced prior to constitutional recess, 773; 80 bills may be introduced after recess, each Senator 
being permitted to introduce two. 

tThere is no limit to the number of constitutional amendments, or joint or concurrent resolutions which may be intro- 
duced after the constitutional recess. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



31 



SENATE BILLS PASSED IN SENATE AND TO ASSEMBLY. 



1, 2, 4, 
13, 15, 17, 



5, 



8, 



9, 11, 12, 



18, 20, 24, 30, 37, 38, 



39, 41, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 



52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 
65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 
82, 92, 93, 94, 



58, 60, 63, 64, 
73, 75, 79, 81, 



102, 103, 106, 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 

115, 119, 121, 123, 124, 125, 127, 128, 129, 

130, 133, 135, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 145, 

146, 148, 149, 152, 156, 157, 161, 162, 163, 

165, 169, 175, 176, 178, 180, 181, 182, 183, 

184, 185, 186, >188, 189, 192, 194, 196, 197, 
199, 

201, 205, 209, 212, 213, 215, 216, 217, 219, 

221, 224, 225, 226, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 

239, 240, 247, 250, 253, 254, 255, 260, 263, 

264, 270, 271, 272, 278, 283, 286, 287, 288, 

289, 290, 291, 297, 298, 

300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 308, 309, 310, 

311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 317, 320, 323, 325, 

326, 327, 328, 329, 333, 334, 336, 337, 340, 

342, 344, 346, 348, 350, 352, 353, 354, 360, 

361, 362, 364, 365, 367, 368, 369, 370, 379, 

380, 381, 382, 384, 386, 390, 392, 393, 395, 

397, 398, 399, 



400, 
414, 
433, 
448, 
473, 
486, 

500, 
522, 
540, 
561, 
596, 

600, 
619, 
628, 
639, 
654, 
680, 
699, 

700, 
719, 

754, 
776, 
788, 

802, 
816, 
826, 



403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 

415, 418, 419, 422, 425, 427, 431, 432, 

434, 437, 438, 439, 442, 443, 446, 447, 

455, 456, 458, 466, 468, 470, 471, 472, 

474, 476, 477, 479, 480, 481, 484, 485, 

488, 493, 496, 497, 498, 

502, 504, 507, 508, 509, 510, 516, 519, 

523, 524, 528, 530, 533, 536, 538, 539, 

541, 543, 548, 549, 550, 557, 559, 560, 

562, 564, 571, 572, 575, 576, 578, 595, 
599, 

601, 602, 604, 605, 606, 608, 615, 616, 

620, 621, 622, 623, 624, 625, 626, 627, 

629, 630, 632, 634, 635, 636, 637, 638, 

641. 644, 647, 649, 650, 651, 652, 653, 

659, 662, 664, 666, 671, 672, 676, 678, 

682, 684, 689, 693, 694, 696, 697, 698, 



702, 703, 705, 711, 712, 713, 714, 718, 

720, 727, 730, 732, 738, 741, 743, 753, 

757, 760, 761, 763, 765, 771, 774, 775, 

777, 778, 779, 782, 783, 784, 785, 787, 

789, 790, 794, 795, 796, 797, 798, 

804, 805, 806, 808, 809, 811, 812, 815, 

817, 818, 819, 821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 

827, 828, 829, 830, 831, 832, 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ADOPTED IN 
SENATE AND TO ASSEMBLY. 

9, 10, 15, 17, 20, 23, 24, 26, 32, 39, 40, 41. 



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED IN 
SENATE AND TO ASSEMBLY. 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 
22. 23, 24, 25, 26, 27. 



SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED IN SENATE AND 

TO ASSEMBLY. 

13, 14, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28. 



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SENATE BILLS REFUSED PASSAGE IN SENATE. 
136, 193, '2r>S, 343, 43(1, 454, 665, 803, 807, 813. 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS REFUSED 
ADOPTION IN SENATE. 

3, 4, 12. 



SENATE BILLS REFUSED PASSAGE IN ASSEMBLY. 

ITS, 264, 326, 45G, 458, 004. 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT REFUSED 
ADOPTION IN ASSEMBLY. 



SENATE BILLS ENROLLED AND SENT TO GOVERNOR. 



1, 


4, 


5, 


6, 


11, 


13, 


15, 


17, 


18, 


20, 


24, 


30, 


37, 


39, 


41, 


45, 


46, 


47, 


48, 


49, 


50, 


51, 


52, 


54, 


55, 


56, 


57, 


58, 


•60, 


63, 


64, 


65, 


66, 


67, 


68, 


70, 


73, 


75, 


81, 


82, 


92, 


93, 








102, 


103, 


106, 


107, 


109, 


110, 


111, 


112, 


113, 


123, 


124, 


125, 


127, 


128, 


129, 


130, 


133, 


137 


138, 


139, 


140, 


141, 


145, 


146, 


148, 


149, 


152 


156, 


157, 


161, 


162, 


163, 


165, 


169, 


175, 


176 


180, 


181, 


182, 


183, 


184, 


185, 


186, 


188, 


192 


194, 


196, 


197, 


199, 












201, 


209, 


212, 


213, 


215, 


216, 


219, 


221, 


224 


225, 


226, 


228, 


229, 


230, 


231, 


232, 


239, 


240 


247, 


250, 


254, 


255, 


260, 


263, 


270, 


271, 


272 


278, 


286, 


287, 


288, 


289, 


290, 


291, 






300, 


301, 


303, 


304, 


305, 


308, 


309, 


310, 


311 


312, 


313, 


314, 


315, 


320, 


325, 


327, 


328, 


329 


334, 


336, 


337, 


342, 


344, 


346, 


348, 


350, 


352 


354, 


360, 


361, 


362, 


364, 


365, 


367, 


369, 


370 


379, 


380, 


381, 


382, 


384, 


386, 


390, 


392, 


393 


395, 


398, 


399, 














400, 


403, 


404, 


405, 


406, 


407, 


408, 


409, 


410 


414, 


415, 


418, 


419, 


422, 


427, 


431, 


432, 


433 



434, 437, 438, 439, 442, 443, 446, 447, 448, 

455, 466, 468, 470, 471, 472, 473, 474, 476, 

477, 479, 480, 481, 484, 485, 486, 488, 496, 
498, 

500, 502, 504, 507, 508, 509, 510, 516, 519, 

522, 523, 524, 528, 533, 536, 538, 539. 540, 

541, 543, 548, 549, 550, 557, 559, 560, 561, 

564, 571, 572, 575, 576, 578, 595, 596, 599. 

600; 601, 602, 604, 605, 606, 608, 615, 619, 

620, 621, 622, 623, 624, 625, 626, 627, 628, 

629, 630, 632, 634, 635, 636, 637, 638, 639, 

641, 647, 651, 652, 653, 654, 659, 662, 664, 

666, 671, 672, 676, 680, 682, 684, 689, 693, 

696, 697, 698, 699, 

702, 703, 705, 711, 713, 714, 718, 719, 720, 

727, 730, 732, 738, 741, 743, 753, 754, 757, 

760, 761, 765, 774, 775, 776, 777, 779, 782, 

783, 784, 787, 788, 789, 790, 794, 795, 796, 

797, 798, 

802, 804, 805, 806, 808, 809, 811, 812, 815, 

816, 817, 818, 819, 821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 

826, 828, 830, 831, 832. 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO GOVERNOR. 

10, 15, 20, 23, 24, 26, 32, 39, 40, 41. 



SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS TO GOVERNOR. 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, * 12, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 

24, 25, 26, 27. 



SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS TO GOVERNOR. 



14, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28. 



SENATE PINAL HISTORY. 



33 



SENATE BILLS APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR, CHAPTERED 
AND FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Author 



Subject of title 



Q-§ 



42 



55 



59 



Breed. 

Ingram 

Ingram... 

Ingram 

Boggs 

Ingram 

Christian 

Breed and West 



Handy 

Nelson 

Boggs. 

Sample 

Sample 

Boggs. Inman, and others 

Lyon 



Murphy. Canepa, Crow 
ley, Pellom, Gray, Ma 
loney, Tubbs, and John 
son, M. B 

Sample. 

Sample 



Boggs 

Christian. 



Crowley and Young. 



Boggs.. 
Nelson. 



Expenses of electors 

Deficiency appropriation „ 

Deficiency appropriation. 

Deficiency appropriation 

An act to provide for the dedication by the State Board of Con- 
trol to the use of the public for highway purposes of a strip of 
land 



An act to amend section 439 of the Political Code, relating to 
employees in Controller's office—. 

An act to amend section 3773 of the Political Code, relating to 
land sold for taxes 

Providing for the assessment, levy and collection of taxes on 
notes, debentures, shares of capital stock, bonds, solvent 
credits, and mortgages or deeds of trust not exempt from taxa- 
tion, and providing penalties for failure or refusal to comply 
with the terms hereof 

An act to amend the Juvenile Court Law 

An act to amend section 950 of the Political Code, relating to 
bonds of officers. 

An act to amend section 170 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relat- 
ing to disqualification of judges 

Relating to the State Department of Public Welfare and it 
powers and duties 

An act to amend the "Juvenile Court Act" 

An act to amend section 626d of the Political Code, relating to the 
protection of beaver 

An act to amend "An act to provide for the laying out, opening, 
extending, widening, or straightening, in whole or in part, of 
public streets... 



An act to aid commerce and navigation by authorizing certain 
improvements in and about Islais Creek 

An act to amend section 4264 of the Political Code, relating to the 
salaries, fees and expenses of officers in counties of the fifth class 

An act to amend sections 4 and 5 of an act entitled "An act con- 
veying certain tidelands and lands lying under inland navigable 
waters, situate in the bay of San Diego, to the city of National 
City, in furtherance of navigation and commerce and the 
fisheries, and providing for the government, management and 
control thereof," approved April 27, 1923 

An act to amend section 4237 of the Political Code, relating to the 
salaries, fees and expenses of officers in counties of the eighth 
class 

An act to amend section 862 of an act entitled "An act to provide 
for the organization, incorporation and government of munic- 
ipal corporations," approved March 13, 1883, as amended, 
relating to the power of boards of trustees in cities of the sixth 

class -.-.---- --- - 

An act authorizing the acceptance by the State Board of Harbor 
Commissioners on behalf of the State of certain real property in 
the city and county of San Francisco bordering on Islais Creek 
Channel, and ratifying the act of said board in heretofore 
accepting conveyances of a portion of said property, and 
extending the jurisdiction of said board to the property so 
conveyed to the State 

An act to amend sections 7 and 8g of an act entitled "An act to 
regulate the sale and use of poisons in the State of California 
and providing a penalty for the violations thereof," and ap- 
proved March 6, 1907, as amended, and to add a new section 
thereto to be numbered 5a 

An act to amend section 19h of an act known as the "Juvenile Court 
Law,' approved June 5, 1915, as amended, relating to salaries of 
probation officers in counties of the eighth class 

An act to amend section 4249 of the Political Code, relating to the 
salaries and* compensation of officers in counties of the twentieth 
class. 



Jan. 14 
Jan. 27 
Jan. 27 
Feb. 2 



Mar. 19 
Mar. 19 
Mar. 19 



Mar. 20 
Mar. 24 



Mar. 24 
Mar. 24 



Mar. 27 
Mar. 30 



Apr. 



Apr. 



Apr. 6 
April 6 



April 9 
April 9 

April 9 

April 13 

April 13 
April 13 
April 13 



3—39024 sfh 



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SENATE BILLS APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR, CHAPTERED AND 
FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE— Continued. 



as 

c 
B 

1 


O 

cr 
m 


Author 


Subject of title 


> 

O <-l 


260 


62 
66 
67 

69 
70 

71 

72 
73 

77 

78 

90 
91 
95 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 

110 
111 

112 

113 

114 

115 

116 
117 

118 
120 

123 


Handy .. 


An act to amend section 2196 of the Political Code, relating to the 
care and treatment of mental defectives in private sanitariums 

An act to amend section 628b of the Penal Code, relating to the 
protection of fish and game . . ... 




271 


Handy 


April 13 






April 14 


381 


An act to amend section 4274 of the Political Code, relating to the 
salaries, fees and expenses of officers in counties of the forty- 
fifth class 






April 14 


63 


An act to amend section 4279 of the Political Code, relating to 






April 15 


137 


An act to provide for the regulation, control and licensing of any 
person, firm or corporation engaging in the business of milling, 
sampling, concentrating, reducing, purchasing, or receiving for 
sale ores, concentrates, or amalgams bearing gold or silver, 
gold dust, silver or gold bullion, nuggets or specimens; to 
provide rules and regulations therefor; and to provide penalties 






April 15 


213 


An act to add a new section to the Penal Code to be numbered 
353a, relating to the sale of lubricating oils for internal com- 




Dennett 


April 16 


630 


An act to amend section 634 of the Civil Code, relative to building 




Hurley 


April 16 


753 


An act to provide for the approval of plans for the construction 
or alteration of county jails by the Immigration and Housing 








April 16 


476 


An act to amend sections 1,2,3, 4, 5,8, 10, and 11 of, and to add 
a new section to an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
formation of districts within municipalities for the acquisition 
or construction of public improvements, works and public 
utilities; for the issuance, sale and payment of bonds of such 
districts to meet the cost of such improvements ; and for the 
acquisition or construction of such improvements," approved 






April 16 


782 


An act granting certain tidelands and submerged lands of the 
State of California to the city of Santa Barbara subject to 






April 16 


64 




Apr. 27 


604 






Apr. 27 


354 






Apr. 28 


407 






Apr. 30 


408 






Apr. 30 


409 






Apr. 30 


410 




Relating to revolving funds for municipal improvements 


Apr. 30 


334 






362 


Taylor 

Inman 




May 1 


757 


Providing that any city or county may collect for damages in- 








619 






620 




Relating to salaries and expenses of the Building and Loan Corn- 








May 4 


826 


Providing for the accomplishment of the work of the direct 
improvement of the navigation of the Sacramento, San 
Joaquin and Feather rivers, of the State of California, by con- 
trolling the floods, removing the debris and continuing the 
improvement of the Sacramento River, in accordance with the 
plans of the California Debris Commission; and making an 
appropriation therefor 

Relating to creation and compensation of county officers in the 




498 




May 4 






May 6 


576 


Relating to the salaries of the Chief Justice and each of the 
associate justices of the Supreme Court 

Relating to guarantee stock surplus of building and loan associa- 
tions - 

Relating to withdrawals from building and loan associations 

Relating to the correction of any error in the assessment of land 
or any subsequent step in the collection of the taxes thereon.. 

Relating to restrictions on devises for charitable purposes.. 

Conveying certain tidelands and lands under inland navigable 

waters, situate in the bay of San Diego to the citv of Chula 

Vista, and providing for the government and control thereof. . 

Amending Chilfl Labor Law relative to the illegal employment of 




624 




May 6 


627 




May 6 
May 6 


732 


Slater... 




776 
818 

470 


Sharkey 

Sample 


May 6 
May 6 

May 11 






May 12 









SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



35 



SENATE BILLS APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR, CHAPTERED AND 
FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE— Continued. 



2 

c 
B 

•1 


f 


Author 


Subject of title 


-t n 


431 


127 
128 
129 

140 

141 

156 
157 

158 
159 
160 

161 

162 

163 

164 
176 

177 

178 
179 

180 
181 

182 
183 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 

214 
215 
216 
217 

218 

219 
220 
221 

222 

223 
224 
225 




Relating to the salaries of the probation officer and assistants and 
clerks in counties of the 7th class 








May 13 


304 


Providing for transportation of certain dependent children for 






May 14 


305 


Authorizing the transfer of funds from Sacramento drainage district 
to Sacramento and San Joaquin drainage district for general 




Breed 


May 14 


182 


Amending section one of an act relating to the doing of public 
work by day's labor or force account and adding a new section 






May 15 


471 


Amending Child Labor Law relating to the employment of any 
minor under 12 years of age in any performance, concert or 






May 15 
May 16 


124 


Relating to the examinatiop and compensation of expert witnesses 
Relating to an appropriation to meet the deficiency in the appro- 
priation of salaries of Senators and Assemblymen for the 75th 


152 


Breed 






May 16 


404 


Relating to the construction of additional tracks by railroad 






May 16 


419 


Relating to the issuance of shares of corporate stock without 






May 16 


480 


Appropriating money for the purchase of additional land adjacent 
to the campus of the Southern Branch of the University of 






May 16 


484 


Providing for issuance and sale of State bonds for the erection and 
equipment of State building and the submission of this act to a 




Evans 


May 16 


81G 


Relating to the donation and granting of property for a site upon 
which the regents of the University of California may erect 




Baker. 


May 16 


822 


Relating to the receiving of grants of money by the regents of the 
University of California for the benefit of the University of 




Tubbs 


May 16 


809 


Relating to the distribution of capital stock or capital assets of a 






May 18 


313 


Relating to the approval of the report of the California Debris 
Commission and providing the extent to which the State of 
California will contribute to the expense of executing the plan . 

Relating to the taxation of insurance companies operating in this 
State 


30 




May 4 






May 18 


49 


Relating to the painting and repairing the State Capitol Building 
Relating to the transfer of bodies from the old to the new cemetery 


May 18 


188 






Crowley and Lyon 


May 18 


228 




May 18 


380 


Amending the act providing for work upon public roads, streets, 






Chamberlin 


May 18 


414 




May 18 


415 




Relating to embezzlement by insurance agents or brokers 

Relating to the painting the Governor's mansion and outbuildings . 
Relating to remodeling and repairing buildings at Sutter's Fort.. 
Relating to fire lanes and trails in the Angeles National Forest.. . 


May 18 


41 


Slater 


May 19 


51 




May 19 


57 


Kline 


May 19 


68 




May 19 


163 


West. . 


Relating to the extension of time of delinquent stock sale and 






Slater 


May 19 


215 




May 19 


232 






May 19 


270 






May 19 


291 


Breed 


Relating to the "John Muir Trail" in the Sierra Nevada Moun- 
tains 

Relating to corporations for the formation of chambers of corn- 




418 




May 19 






May 19 


502 




May 19 


522 




Relative to the protection of fish and game 

Relating to the salaries of the justices of the District Courts of 


May 19 


575 








Inman and Sharkey 


May 19 


680 


Relating to the placing of a memorial tablet in "Memorial Grove," 


May 19 


698 


Relating to salaries of the Board of State Harbor Commissioners. 


May 19 


783 




May 19 


817 




Relating to the validation of certain bonds of certain irrigation 
districts and providing for the payment of the principal and 
interest on such bonds.. .»--- --- 








May 19 



36 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



SENATE BILLS APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR, CHAPTERED AND 
FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE— Continued. 



17 

18 

20 
24 
47 
103 
794 
50 
81 
125 
146 
176 

240 
247 
303 
360 
400 
474 
485 



571 
754 

761 
774 

788 
789 
798 
802 

821 

825 

828 

831 



239 

240 

242 

243 

244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
271 
272 
273 
274 
275 

276 

277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 

283 

284 
285 

286 

287 

288 
289 
290 
291 

292 

293 

294 

295 



Author 



Breed 

Breed 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin. 

Chamberlin. 
Chamberlin. 

Ingram 

Ingram 

Gray 

Sample 

Nelson 

Rush 

Swing 

Evans 

Harris 

Creighton.. 

Swing 

Swing 

Chamberlin 

Lyon 

Hurley 

Hollister__. 
Chamberlin 
Lyon 

Ingram 

Crowley 

Young 

Young 

Powers 

Murphy... 

Lewis 

Chamberlin 

Powers 

Jones 



Subject of title 



Amending California Vehicle Act relating to operators and chauf- 
feurs licenses 

Amending California Vehicle Act relating to registration of 
vehicles and fees thereon.. 

Relative to benefits from loans or investments of insurance com- 
panies "_ 

Relative to the issuance of contracts of insurance by assessment 
associations 

Relative to insurance adjusters 

Relative to investments of insurance companies 

Relative to Marshall's Monument Grounds... 

Claim of E. E. Purrington 

Relating to corporations 

Relating to salaries and employees in the State Treasury 

Relating to the protection offish 

Relating to the State Agricultural Grounds at Sacramento 

Amending Section 23 of the Fish and Game District Act... 

Relating to fire lanes and trails on the mountains composing the 

watersheds of Los Angeles County 

Relating to courses of study in the elementary schools 

Amending Section 15 of the Irrigation District Act 

Relating to salaries of the Inheritance Tax Department 

Relative to a highway from Needles, California, to Arizona 

Relating to the salaries of the appointees of the Secretary of State . 
Amending Section 20 of the Municipal Street Improvement Act_. 
Amending sections 9 and 10 of an act entitled "An act to estab- 
lish and support a Bureau of Labor Statistics" 

Relating to the property of religious corporations 

Amending the Inheritance Tax Act 

Relative to the construction, use and occupancy of apartment 

houses and hotels 

Relating to the Attorney General, assistants and deputies ... 

Relating to the domicile and place of residence of the parties in an 

action for divorce 

Relative to the San Jose State Teachers College 

Relative to the San Jose State Teachers College 

Relative to challenges of jurors in criminal cases . .. 

Relative to the fraudulent operation of slot machines or coin 

receptacles _ 

Relative to powers of municipal water districts to levy a tax to 

meet deficiencies 

Relative to the repair of the State Exposition Building at Los 

Angeles 

Relative to the control and eradication of certain destructive 

infectious diseases of animals 

Amending Section 39 of the Irrigation District Act 



II 



May 16 

May 16 

May 20 

May 20 
May 20 
May 20 
May 20 
May 20 
May 20 
May 22 
May 22 
May 22 
May 22 

May 22 
May 22 
May 22 
May 22 
May 22 
May 22 
May 22 

May 22 
May 22 
May 22 

May 22 
May 22 

May 22 

May 22 
May 22 
May 22 

May 22 

May 22 

May 22 

May 22 
May 22 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



37 



SENATE BILLS APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR, CHAPTERED AND 
FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE— Continued. 



330 

331 

332 
333 
334 
335 

336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 

343 



344 

345 

346 

347 

348 
349 

350 

351 

352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 

360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 

366 

367 

368 

369 



370 
470 
471 



Author 



West . 

Ingram 

Creighton 

Nelson 

Sample 

Nelson 

Crowley 

Christian 

Hurley 

Dennett 

Johnson, A. B 

Breed 

Bogg8_. 

Boggs 

Sample 

Sample - - 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Jones.. 

Handy 

Sample 

Kline 

Hurley... 

Hurley 

Hurley 

Nelson — 

Chamberlin 

Breed 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Dennett 

Powers 

Hurley 

Ingram 

Hollister 

Slater 

Fellom 

Swing 

Maloney 

Slater.... 

Crowley, Canepa, Murphy 
Gray, Maloney, Fellom 
Tubbs, Jones, Johnson 
M. B 

Nelson 



Subject of title 



Relating to the salaries of the watchmen in the office of the State 
Treasu rer 

Relating to the salary of the guardian for the Marshall Monument 
and grounds 

Amending the Water Conservation District Act 

Amending Section 32 of the Fish and Game District Act 

Relating to the claim of Vreeland, Everts and Co.. 

Relating to the taking over by the State of California a certain road 

in Del Norte County 

Relating to voting machines 

Relating to the practice of optometry 

Relating to the compensation of officers in counties of the 3d class. 

Amending the Water Commission Act 

Relating to the conservation of the fish supply 

Relating to definitions of real estate salesmen and brokers 
Relating to the bonds of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Drain- 
age District 

Relating to flood control in the Sacramento and San Joaquin 
Drainage District and the disposition of certain moneys hereto- 
fore appropriated 
Relating to a certain grant of land made by the city of San Diego 

to the United States for the use of the Navy Department 
Relating to a certain "grant of land made by the city of San Diego 

to the U. S. for the use of the Navy Department 
Relating to the creation of a commission for the reform of crim- 
inal procedure 
Providing for the increasing or diminishing of the number of 

directors or trustees of a corporation 

Relating to the compensation of executors and administrators 
Appropriation to pay the claim of the First National Bank of Los 

Angeles 

Relative to the regulation and promotion of the fruit, nut and 

vegetable industry 

Providing for the taking over by the State of a certain road in 

Mendocino County 

Relating to fish and game 

Amending the Palo Verde Irrigation District Act... 

Relative to the Workmen's Compensation Insurance Act.. 

Relative to the Workmen's Compensation Insurance Act 

Relating to the protection of fish and game 

Amending the Railroad Commission Act * 

Authorizing the establishment of municipal courts 

Relating to delinquencies, penalty for delinquencies, and refunds in 

payment over assessment on gasoline 

Relating to the protection of fish and game 

Relating to the protection of fish and game 

Relating to the protection of fish and game 

Relating to the protection of fish and game. 

Relating to procedure in probate matters 

Relating to clerks, phonographic reporter, service agent and 

stenographers of the Attorney General's office 

Appropriation for the purchase of additional land for the State 

Teachers College at Santa Barbara 

Relating to the salaries of probation officers in counties of the 14th 
class 



Q§ 



Appropriation for the repair of the State Armory at San Francisco. 
Relative to a State Highway from Barstow to a point near Jean, 

Nevada, and which highway will be known as the Arrowhead 

Trail 



Relating to organization and management of fire protection 
districts . 

Appropriation for the encouragement of county agricultural fairs. 
♦Appropriation reduced from $100,000 to $75,000. 



Relative to the Bay Shore Highway 

Appropriation to pay claim of Pearl E. Green.. 
♦Appropriation reduced from $5,000 to £2,500. 



May 18 

May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 

May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 

May 23 



May 23 

May 23 

May 23 

May 23 

May 23 
May 23 

May 23 

May 23 

May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 

May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 
May 23 

May 23 

May 23 

May 23 
May 23 

May 23 

May 23 
May 23 



May 23 
May 23 



'Appropriations reduced by Governor, 






38 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



SENATE BILLS APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR. 



4, 11, 13, 17, 18, 20, 24, 30, 37, 

39, 41, 46, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 

57, 58, 63, 64, 65, 68, 81, 82, 

102, 103, 106, 109, 110, 124, 125, 129, 130, 

137, 146, 148, 152, 163, 165, 169, 176, 182, 

188, 192, 196, 

201, 213, 215, 216, 225, 226, 228, 230, 231, 

232, 239, 240, 247, 250, 260, 270, 271, 290, 
291, 

300, 801, 303, 304, 305, 313, 314, 315, 327, 

328, 329, 334, 354, 360, 362, 367, 380, 381, 

390, 392, 395, 



400, 404, 407, 408, 409, 410, 414, 415, 418, 

419, 422, 431, 443, 470, 471, 474, 476, 477, 

480, 484, 485, 498, 

502, 504, 507, 508, 516, 519, 522, 523, 528, 

540, 571, 575, 576, 578, 599, 

600, 601, 604, 619, 620, 624, 627, 630, 639, 

641, 651, 652, 662, 680, 698, 

703, 732, 753, 754, 757, 760, 761, 774, 775, 

776, 777, 782, 783, 788, 789, 794, 798, 

802, 806, 809, 816, 817, 818, 819, 821, 822, 

823, 824, 825, 826, 828, 831, 832. 



SENATE BILLS VETOED BY GOVERNOR. 



No. 


Author 


Subject of title 


45 




Old age pension bill. 


66 






73 


Slater... ._ 




107 






141 
162 


Johnson, M. B _ 


An act to legalize municipal bonds. 


229 






312 


Powers - 


An act to amend section 6 of an act entitled "An act to protect domestic livestock 


336 
337 
393 


Handy, Slater and Nelson 
Handy, Slater and Nelson 


from contagious and infectious diseases." 
Providing for a committee to investigate needs and general welfare of Indians. 
Providing for appropriation for emergency relief of Indians. 


438 


Kline 




473 






488 






509 
621 


Ingram _ 


Relating to the salaries, fees and expenses of officers in counties of the fifty-sixth class. 


622 


Taylor. 




623 


Taylor... 




625 






626 






628 






629 






676 


Gray 




697 




Relating to insurance San FranciBSo water front property. 


730 


Gray 




738 






765 
















SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



39 



SENATE BILLS POCKETED BY GOVERNOR. 



Author 



Subject of title 



Allen.... 

Johnson, A. B 

Johnson, M. B 

Johnson. M. B 

Murphy 

Christian 

Christian 

Crowley 

Lyon 

Lyon 

Lewis 

Baker 

Hollister and Sample 

Johnson, M. B 

Johnson, M. B 

Johnson, M. B 

Boggs 

Pedrotti 

Nelson.. 

Boggs.. 

Ingram 

Ingram 

Ingram 

Swing 

Johnson, A. B 

Sample 

Sample 

Johnson, M. B 

Lyon 

Crowley 

Inman 

Breed 

Breed 

Breed 

Ingram 

Johnson, M. B.. 



Relative to improvements in city property. Would place burden of assessment on 

entire city rather than on the assessment district. 
Appropriates $10,000 to be met by a $25,000 appropriation from U. S. Government 

in establishing a Forest Experimental Station. 
Appropriates $5000 for a survey for a road from Hollister to Soledad. 
Appropriates $80,000 for a survey and the construction of a highway from Governor's 

Camp, in California Redwood Park, to the coast road. 
Amends the act relating to police relief and pension fund by providing that any 

person who has served 25 years shall be entitled to the benefits of the act. 
Relating to the levy of writs of attachments and executions. 
Provides that an illiterate or helpless voter may be assisted in voting by one or two 

persons of his own selection- 
Provides for qualifications and examination of applicants as registered pharmacists 

and assistants. 
Validates the organization of municipal improvement districts where such districts 

have functioned for one year previous to the taking effect of this act. 
Amends section 5 of the Direct Primary Law by fixing a maximum of 500 signatures 

of registered voters to the nomination paper of any candidate for a judicial, 

school, county, township or municipal office. 
Permits the governing board of any school district to furnish or provide at least one 

meal per day at not less than actual cost to pupils and employees of a school 

district. 
Relates to the issuance of executions to the sheriff of any county of the state. 
Provides for the organization of credit unions for the purpose of promoting thrift. 

Prescribes what shall be contained in the by-laws and the limitations upon the 

credit union. 
Provides that all fines or forfeitures collected in a recorder's court of cities or towns 

of the 5th or 6th class shall be paid to the city treasurer with certain exceptions. 
Provides that all fines and forfeitures collected in any recorder's court of cities or 

towns of the 5th or 6th class shall be paid to the city or town treasurer whether 

the prosecution is for the violation of a state law or a city ordinance with certain 

exceptions. 
Provides for an assessment to be made for the incidental expenses of a joint highway 

district and would permit the several counties of a district to pay the assessment 

from any funds from which appropriations may be made for highway purposes. 
Provides that the county assessor, after a motor vehicle is assessed, must issue to 

the person in whose name it is assessed a certificate showing that the same has 

been assessed and provides that no registration license can be issued without this 

certificate. 
Fixes the compensation of official reporters in superior courts at $20 per day. 
Appropriates $15,000 for a survey and plans and specifications preliminary to the 

construction of brush and rock work along the banks of Mad River in Humboldt 

County, provided the owners of property benefited deposit a like amount. 
Appropriates $35,000 for the improvement of the street facing the grounds of the 

Stockton State Hospital. 
Requires railroad companies to maintain suitable lockers and wash rooms at every 

terminal station for the benefit of engineers and trainmen. 
Places the Marshall Monument and grounds under the jurisdiction of the Depart- 
ment of Finance. 
Provides for the organization of a hazardous fire area and provides that during the 

dry season the State Forester under certain conditions may designate areas as 

hazardous fire areas. 
Relates to the change of place of trial in justice's courts. 
Declares the cultivated black currant to be a public nuisance and authorizes the 

Department of Agriculture and county horticultural commissioner to abate the 

nuisance. 
Prohibits the use of purse seine or purse net, the meshes of which measure less than 

a certain length, for the purpose of taking or catching fish in districts 19, 20a, and 

21. 
Increases the salaries of the sealer of weights and measures and his deputies in coun- 
ties of several classes. 
Provides that a certain highway in Santa Cruz County shall become a State highway 

on approval of the California Highway Commission. 
Provides for the regulation and use of aircraft in this State and creates a director of 

civil aeronautics, and defines his duties. 
Provides for an institution for the confinement, cure and rehabilitation of drug 

addicts and provides for the government thereof. Appropriates $200,000. 
Relates to city justice courts. 
Prohibits the doing of public work costing in excess of $5,000 by day's labor or force 

account with certain exceptions without advertising for bids. 
Amends sections 7, 10, 11, 14, 15 and 20 of the Municipal Utility District act of 1921. 
Creates the State Park Commission and defines its powers and duties and makes 

an appropriation therefor. , 

Relates to the salaries, fees and compensation of county officers of Nevada County. 
Relates to the annexation of a high school district or a union high school district to 

a junior college district. 



40 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

SENATE BILLS POCKETED BY GOVERNOR— Continued. 



No. 



Author 



Subject of title 



197 



209 

212 

219 
221 

224 

254 

255 

263 

272 

278 
286 

287 
288 

289 
308 
309 
310 
311 
320 

325 
342 

344 

346 

348 

350 

352 
361 

364 
365 
369 
370 
379 
382 
384 



Hollister 

Young 

Christian 

Lyon 

Kline 

Johnson, A. B 

Boggs 

Breed 

Breed 

Sample 

Handy 

Lyon 

Breed 

Breed 

Breed 

Breed.. 

Boggs 

Powers 

Slater 

Slater 

Oanepa 

Sample 

West 

Lewis .. 

Maloney and West 

Hurley. 

Dennett 

Baker 

Hurley 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Crowley 

Lyon 

Chamberlin 



Appropriates $5000 for the protection of the banks of the Santa Ynez River where 
the same flows through Lompoc Valley providing the parties benefited deposit a 
like amount. 

Amends section 1203 of the Penal Code relating to probation of persons arrested for 
crime. Provides for the creation of the office of adult probation officer and otber 
offices and fixes their compensation and prescribes their duties. 

Provides that where an attorney of record to an action in a justice's court is a mem- 
ber of the Legislature, the time allowed by law to file pleadings, etc., shall be 
extended until 15 days after the adjournment of the session of the Legislature. 

Makes it unlawful to display any label or sign describing any lubricating oil not 
actually sold at the place where such label or sign is displayed. 

Provides for the establishment of a game refuge in the San Jacinto Mountains. _ 

Authorizes municipal corporations to dispose of park lands under certain conditions 
and provides for the disposition of the money received therefor. 

Amends section 11 of the Juvenile Court Law of 1915 by increasing the allowance 
for the support of a ward of the juvenile court from $20 to $30 per month. 

Validating the organization or formation of municipal utility districts organized one 
year previous to the taking effect of this act. 

Validating and legalizing all proceedings of municipal utility districts for elections 
for the issuance and proposed issuance of bonds of such districts. 

Authorizes the Board of Control to execute and deliver a deed of reconveyance of 
certain described real property to L. B. Collins. 

Provides for the retransfer of papers, files and documents in any action, after final 
judgment therein, to the county from which the action was originally transferred 
where the action involves real property or an interest or estate therein. 

Relates to the punishment for murder in the second degree. 

Authorizes Board of Control to grant to or consent to the condemnation by the city 
of Oakland of a right-of-way for a public street over and across the lands of the 
Industrial Home for the Adult Blind. 

Relates to the condemnation of property by the State, irrigation district, or other 
public corporation or district. 

Provides that the State, or any irrigation district, or other public corporation or 
district may commence condemnation proceedings in any one of the counties in 
which the property may be situated. ; 

Relating to property which may be taken for public use in eminent domain proceed- 
ings. / 

Appropriates $71,000 for the purpose of cooperating with the city of Stockton in 
controlling the flood waters of the Calaveras River. 

Prescribes the qualifications of the County Live Stock Inspector and prescribes his 
duties and the method of hearing charges of neglect of duty. 

Provides for the custody and disbursement of funds arising from school activities 
not conducted at public expense. 

Relating to the incorporation of colleges and seminaries of learning. Provides for a 
commission to investigate such institutions prior to the issuance of a charter. 

Provides that boards of supervisors shall be empowered to provide for the needy 
sick and dependent citizens and provides for more adequate hospital, medical and 
surgical attention. 

Relating to filing permits for the adoption of children. 

Relating to the Sanitary District Act of 1923 and provides the manner in which the 
assessor of such sanitary districts shall assess the property. 

Amends the Political Code so as to authorize governing boards of school districts 
to rent, purchase or build and furnish suitable buildings for housing the employees 
of the school district. \ 

An appropriation to pay the claim of the cashier of the Board of Harbor Commis- 
sioners. 

Provides that the enrollment certificate and permit to work shall be sufficient to 
authorize a pupil in a full time day school to work during vacation. 

Provides a method for the management of irrigation districts which are in arrears as 
to bond interest and principal. 

Provides for the annexation of elementary school districts to high school districts. 

Amends the Direct Primary Law of 1913 by changing the date of the primary election 
from August to May. Provides for fees of candidates for election and the time of 
canvass of returns. 

Relates to partnerships; and to make the partnership law of this state umform with 
the partnership law of other states. , 

Relates to limited partnerships; and to make the law relating to limited partner- 
ships uniform with the law of other states. 

Relates to agreements in writing and defines what shall constitute an acceptance of 
goods. . 

Provides for the appointment of a commission for the investigation of uniform state 
laws. 

Uniform sale of goods act; to make the law of sale of goods in this State uniform 
with the law of other states. 

Provides that the expenses of maintaining any person committed to a state hospital 
shall be borne by the State and not the county or city and county. 

Provides for the formation of corporations to receive bequests, gifts and donations 
and administer the same. 

Amends and adds to the Drainage District Improvement Act of 1919, and relates 
to contracts, interest on bonds and assessments. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 
SENATE BILLS POCKETED BY GOVERNOR— Continued. 



41 



Author 



Subject of title 



Chamberlin - 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Chamberlin 

Ingram 

Inman 

Swing 

Murphy 

Fellom 

Kline 

Grates. 

Handy 

Christian 

Christian 

Crowley ... 

Inman 

Taylor 

Maloney 

Maloney 

Lyon 

Crowley, Canepa, Fellom 
Gray, Maloney, Mur 
phy and Tubbs 

Taylor 

Sample 

Kline 

Inman 

Nelson 

Baker. 

Boggs 

Boggs 

West 

Young.. 

Fellom r 

Fellom.. 

Fellom 

Gates 

Gates 

Handy 



Relates to the exclusion of witnesses. 

Authorizes the board of supervisors to levy a special tax not to exceed a certain rate 
for the purpose of providing a pension or retirement system for county employees. 

Relating to the boundaries of Fish and Game District 4b. 

Relating to limitations affecting actions against directors or stockholders of corpora- 
tions. 

Relates to prohibiting the solicitation of the business of collecting personal injury 
or death claims arising within this State, with the intention of instituting suit 
thereon outside of this State. 

Relates to the examination of insurance companies. 

Relates to the erection of buildings to be used for manufacturing or commercial 
purposes within a certain distance of public school buildings. 

Amends the Code of Civil Procedure relating to postponement of trials and exten- 
sion of time when the attorney of record is a member of the Legislature. 

Relating to the establishment and licensing of private trade schools. 

Relates to the cooperation of the State Highway Commission with the Federal 
Bureau of Public Roads for the purpose of marking and numbering roads of 
interstate character. 

Relates to the construction and maintenance of a State highway from Blythe in 
Riverside County to the Arizona State Line. 

Relates to the compensation and salary of officers of Yuba County. 

Provides for the conveyance of a road from Lakeport to Upper Lake in Lake County 
to the Highway Commission and making the same a State highway. 

Relates to boards of election, appointment and duties of election officers. 

Increases the time a county or township officer may be absent from the State. 

Amends the Pharmacy Act of 1905; relating to per diem of the members of the 
board and makes changes in the list of drugs which may be handled by grocers. 

Amends section 4041 of the Political Code, relating to the general powers of boards 
of supervisors. 

Makes an appropriation for research work for the development of citrus by-products 
by the University of California. 

Prohibits the employment of aliens by contractors or sub-contractors or agents 
thereof upon any public work being done by the State or under the authority of 
any county, city and county, city or town. Provides for certain exceptions. 

Amends and adds to the Street Opening Act of 1903; relating to the advancement 
of money for condemnation purposes. 

Adds a new section to the Street Improvement Act of 1911 by providing for a 
method of re-assessment of lands for improvements under the act. where assess- 
ments have been declared void. 



Granting in trust to the city and county of San Francisco the interest of the State 
in and to, and the control and management of the harbor of San Francisco and 
providing for the issuance of a proclamation by the Governor. 

Provides for and regulates the method of improving abandoned orchards and 
method of giving notice thereof. 

Relates to the taking of fish in Fish and Game District 4%. 

Provides for the distribution by the Secretary of State of the Legislative Manual and 
State Blue Book. 

Amends section 3366 of the Political Code so as to permit honorably discharged 
soldiers, sailors or marines to peddle certain wares and merchandise without paying 
a license tax therefor. 

Authorizes the Electro Metals Co. to sue the State. 

Creates a commission and provides for the officials who shall constitute the same 
for the purpose of codifying laws relating to public schools. 

The Bovine Tuberculosis Law. Prohibits the importation of cattle into the State 
without a certificate of health and tuberculin test record. Provides for the brand- 
ing of cattle afflicted with tuberculosis and prohibits the display of said stock. 

Authorizes boards of supervisors to provide for payment of cattle slaughtered pur- 
suant to law. Specifies the value and proportions to be paid. Provides a method 
for the boards of supervisors to raise the money to carry out the provisions of this 
act. 

Relates to the salaries of the officers connected with the Supreme Court. 

The Twenty-four Hour School Act. Defines the powers and duties of school districts 
in reference thereto and prescribes the duties of the probation officers. 

Amends the Private Employment Agency Act of 1913 by increasing the fees of per- 
sons licensed under the act. 

Amends the Private Employment Agency Act of 1913 by providing for a reduction 
in the minimum fine for a violation. 

Amends the Private Employment Agency Act of 1913 by providing for the forms of 
contracts so they will be uniform and providing for approval by the Commissioner 
of Labor. 

Prohibits the killing or having in possession any Sierra hare. 

Prohibits the hunting of deer without first procuring a license tag and prescribes the 
form and regulates the use of such tags. 

Amends the Knights Landing Ridge Drainage District Act by providing for the time 
when assessments shall become a lien on land in said district. Provides for interest 
on delinquent assessments and the publication of a delinquent notice. 



42 FINAL CALENDAR OP LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

SENATE BILLS POCKETED BY GOVERNOR— Continued. 



No. 



Subject of title 



561 
564 
572 

595 

596 
602 

605 



615 

632 

634 
635 
636 

637 
638 

647 

653 
654 

659 

664 

666 

671 

672 
682 

684 

689 

693 



702 



Handy 

Hurley 

Chamberlin 

Lyon 

Lyon 

Breed 

Breed 

Breed 

Breed 

Ingram 

Lyon 

Jones 

Jones 

Jones 

Jones 

Jones 



Chamberlin 

Nelson 

Crowley 

Slater 

Hurley 

Hurley 

Allen 

Allen 

Inman 

Sharkey 

Sharkey 

Fellom , 

Gray 

Canepa 

Hurley 



Provides that assessments in reclamation districts shall be collected in not more than 
one separate installment for warrants issued for more than three years. 

Provides for the payment of interest on unpaid orders or demands against any school 
district. 

Provides that the sale of stocks or bonds by executors and administrators need not be 
confirmed by the court where the court has previously made its order authorizing 
the sale and transfer thereof. 

Validates all proceedings of municipal corporations leading up to and including the 
issuance of bonds on the proposed issuance and sale of such bonds. Provides that 
the act shall not validate or legalize those bonds not authorized by a vote of not 
less than two-thirds of the qualified electors voting at said election. 

Relates to the issuance and sale of hunting and fishing licenses and prescribes the 
fees to be paid. Repeals all acts in conflict. 

Amends sections three and thirteen of the Gasoline Tax Act of 1923 ; by increasing 
the tax to three cents and modifying the disposal of such license taxes, and pre- 
scribing certain duties of the State Controller, State Highway Commission and 
boards of supervisors with reference thereto. 

Declaring various roads throughout the State as State highways and adopting all 
public highways along said routes as State highways without compensation being 
paid therefor. 

Dividing the highways of the State of California into a primary system and a sec- 
ondary system, and designating the roads within each system, providing for the 
manner of expenditure of State funds in the construction of said roads and author- 
izing the California Highway Commission to designate the order of construction 
of said roads. 

Authorizes the State Park Commission to make a survey of forest and other lands 
and report upon such lands as are suitable for State parks. 

Amends the Irrigation District Act of 1897 by providing for the assessment of lands 
within an irrigation district when there are sufficient funds on hand to meet all of 
its estimated requirements. 

Defining and regulating the business of dry-cleaning and dyeing and providing for 
the maintenance, construction and inspection of dry-cleaning and dyeing build- 
ings and establishments and providing the manner of enforcement. 

Provides for the filing of the report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction with 
the Governor. Provides what the report shall contain. 

Prescribes the method of raising county high school taxes and fixes the basis for 
computation of the same. 

Provides for the Superintendent of Public Instruction to apportion State school 
moneys, and fixes the basis for the apportionment of funds of State and county 
schools. 

Changes the date by which the board of education must establish a kindergarten and 
provides for the submission of a budget to the county superintendent of schools. 

Provides that a separate budget shall be made for kindergarten, elementary and 
high school purposes. Provides that the taxes levied shall be deposited in the 
respective funds of the kindergarten, elementary or high school. Makes it the 
duty of the board of high school districts to file a budget. Fixes rate for taxation 



Relates to the regulation and control of the business of buying ,and selling fresh fish 

and fixes the license fee. 
Relating to the salaries and fees of officers of Del Norte County. 
Relates to the creation of nuisances by the discharge of sewage, trade wastes, animal 

or mineral matter injurious to public health. 
Relating to the formation of a consolidated school district and for the government 

of the elementary and secondary schools therein by a board of education. 
Provides that all sales of property of a decedent must be under oath, reported to and 

confirmed by the court, before title passes. 
Amends section 1761 of the Code of Civil Procedure and relates to notices to relatives 

of persons under guardians. 
Amends section 14 of the Improvement Act of 1911; relating to the completion of 

work by the city when the contractor is delinquent on his contract. 
Amends section 9 of the Street Act of 191 1 ; relating to the assessments under the act. 
Relative to regulating the sanitation and maintenance of auto camps and providing 

for the licensing, inspection and supervision of same. 
Amends section 1 of the County Fire Protection Act of 1923 relating to the organiza- 
tion and management of fire protection districts. 
Relates to joint school districts and provides for the manner in which warrants shall 

be drawn and provides for the qualifications of teachers. 
Relating to definitions, licenses and what must be stated in applications for work, 

giving to the Commissioner of Labor the power to revoke or refuse to grant licenses 

and providing penalties for operating an agency without a license or for failing to 

list all persons financially interested in the agency. 
Authorizing the Board of State Harbor Commissioners to pay all fines levied or 

assessed against it by the Interstate Commerce Commission not to exceed $900. 
Authorizing an expenditure of $25,000 by the State Board of Harbor Commissioners 

to advertise San Francisco Harbor in foreign countries and in the United States 

for the purpose of promoting traffic. 
Amends sections 1552, 1554 and 1561 of the Code of Civil Procedure relating to notices 

of hearing, returns of sales of real estate and proceedings thereon in probate mattery. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 
SENATE BILLS POCKETED BY GOVERNOR— Continued. 



43 



No. 



Author 



Subject of title 



705 
711 

713 

714 

718 
719 

720 
727 

741 

743 
779 
784 
787 
790 
795 

796 
797 
804 
805 



811 
812 
815 



Powers 

Chamberlin.- 

Ingram. 

Chamberlin 

Jones 

Jones 

Jones.. 

Fellom and Chamberlin 



Inman 

Gates 

Gates 

Johnson, A. B 

West. 

Canepa 

Murphy 

Allen -... 

Taylor 

West 

Pedrotti 

Evans 

Rush 

Inman 

Dennett . 

Hurley 



Relating to trespass on private property where signs forbidding shooting, camping or 
building of fires are displayed. 

Amends section 1305 of the Penal Code relating to the forfeiture of the under- 
taking of bail, or the money deposited instead of bail, and the discharge of for- 
feiture thereof. Increases the time for appearance after forfeiture of bail to 90 
days. 

Amends section 361a of the Civil Code relating to the transfer as a whole of the 

business, franchise and property of corporations. 
Relating to and providing for the formation, organization and management of cor- 
porations for the purpose of receiving and maintaining a fund or funds and 
applying the income and principal thereof to promote the well-being of mankind. 

Prevents the unauthorized use and disposition of, and traffic in human bodies, 
prescribes the keeping of proper records. Repeals all other acts in conflict. 

Amends section 11 of the Sanitary District Act of 1891 by providing that where main 
sewers have been constructed an additional tax not to exceed 10 cents on $100 
assessed valuation may be levied for the purpose of constructing additional sewer 
laterals. Provides that the total outstanding bond debt of the district cannot 
exceed 15 per cent. 

Amends the Bureau of Tuberculosis Act of 1915 by eliminating the statutory salary 
of 83000 for the director of the bureau. 

Provides for the establishment of the California Historical Association and provides 
for the appointment of a board of trustees by the Governor. Appropriates $10,000 
for the purposes of the act. 

Amends section 1 of the Municipal Corporation Classification Act by providing for 
the classification of municipal corporations. 

Declaring highway from Woodland to Yuba City to be a State highway. 

Relating to salt and overflowed lands. 

Permitting unincorporated towns to maintain fire department. 

Defining mattresses; prohibiting use of unsanitary materials therein. 

Relating to consular representatives. 

Provides for retirement salaries for teachers in cities and counties having free- 
holders charters. 

Relating to street improvements within municipalities. 

Provides for removal of weeds on vacant lots. 

Relating to practice of the law. 

Providing for construction of sewer improvements at University of California. 
Southern Branch. 

Providing for the conservation of flood waters in Los Angeles County. 

Relating to San Francisco waterfront. 

Providing for disposition of fines in cases of violation of optometry laws. 

Relates to salaries of superior judges. 

Relating to absence of public officers from State. 



44 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS CHAPTERED AND 
FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



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O 

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Author 


Subject of title 


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10 


36 
48 

49 
51 

69 
70 
71 

72 

73 
74 




A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California, 
an amendment to the constitution of said State by amending 
section 12%, article XIII thereof, relative to exemption from 






Johnson. M. B.. 


April 17 
April 24 


15 


A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California 
that the constitution of said State be amended by adding to 
article VI a new section to be numbered la, and by amending 
sections 6, 7 and 8 of said article, relative to the judicial depart- 


32 


A resolution proposing to the people of the State of California an 
amendment to the constitution of the State of California, by 
adding a new section to article XIII thereof, to he designated 






April 24 


26 


A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an 
amendment to the constitution of said State by amending section 
\\\i oi article XIII, relating to exemptions of property on 
account of military service . .. 




Hurley 


April 25 


20 


A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an 
amendment to the constitution of said State by adding section 
2% to article II of said constitution, relating to election to non- 






Sample 


April 27 


23 


A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an 
amendment to the_ constitution of said State, by amending 
section 19 of article V thereof, relating to the compensation of 






Slater 


April 27 


24 


A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an 
amendment to section 31 of article IV of the constitution of the 
State of California, relating to the giving or lending of public 
credit 








April 27 


39 


A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an 
amendment to the constitution of said State, by adding to 
article XVI thereof a new section to be numbered 4, authorizing 
the issuance and sale of 8500 bonds of the State of California in 
the denomination of $1,000 each, authorizing the disposition of 
the proceeds of the sale of said bonds for certain purposes, and 
approving, adopting, legalizing, validating, and making fully 
and completely effective the California State Buildings and 
State University Buildings Bonds Act of 1925 as passed by the 
Senate and Assembly at the forty-sixth session of the Legislature 






Committee on Revenue 


April 27 


40 




April 27 


41 




Relative to salaries of justices of the Supreme Court, of the district 
courts of appeal and of the judges of the,superior courts 








April 27 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS CHAPTERED AND 
FILED WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



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Approving the charter of the city of Los Angeles, State of Cali- 
fornia, voted for and ratified by the qualified electors of said city 
of Los Angeles, upon a special municipal election held therein 






Breed 


Jan. 26 


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Approving certain amendments to the charter of the city of 
Piedmont, a municipal corporation in the county of Alameda, 
State of California, voted for and ratified by the qualified 
electors of said city at the general municipal election, held 






Crowley, Canepa, Gray, 
Fellom, Maloney, Mur- 
phy and Tubbs _.. 


Jan. 27 


3 


Approving eighteen certain amendments to the charter of the 
city and county of San Francisco, State of California, voted 
for and ratified by the qualified electors of said city and 
county of San Francisco, at a general election held therein on 


Jan. 27 


4 


Approving amendments to the charter of the county of Tehama, 








Jan. 27 


5 


Approving amendment to the charter of the county of San Bernar- 








Jan. 27 


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Approving amendments to the charter of the city of San Bernar- 






Swing. 


Jan. 27 


7 


Providing for the appointment of a committee to investigate 
and report upon the controversy between the city of Los 
Angeles and the county of Inyo involving the taking of the 
waters of Inyo county by the said city of Los Angeles 

Relative to reports of the department encampment of the Grand 
Army of the Republic 




8 




Jan. 27 




Inman and Sample 

Hollister and Johnson, A.B. 

Hollister. 


Jan. 27 


9 




Jan. 27 


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A resolution relative to sites proposed for extension of the south- 


Jan. 27 


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Mar. 17 


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West 


Relative to reports of the Department Encampment of the Spanish- 






Inman and Canepa 

Baker 


Mar. 19 


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Mar. 27 


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Relative to approving charter of the city of Monterey, State of 
California, voted for and ratified by the qualified voters of said 
city of Monterey at a special municipal election held therein 






Jones 


Mar. 27 


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April 18 


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Sample 


Relative to approval of amendments to the charter of the city of 
San Diego .- 








April 20 


19 


Approving certain amendments to the charter of the city of 






Inman 


April 23 


20 




April 23 


26 


Approving certain amendments to charter of the city of San 
Bernardino, a municipal corporation in the county of San 
Bernardino, State of California, voted for and ratified by the 
electors of said city at the general municipal election, held 








April 24 


22 


Relative to the creation of a commission for the purpose of making 
a thorough, exhaustive study into the narcotic situation in 
California and recommending measures for the care and rehabili- 






Chamberlin 


April 27 


25 




April 27 


27 


Breed.. 


Approving amendments and additions to the charter of the city 
of Oakland, a municipal corporation in the county of Alameda, 
State of California, voted for and ratified by the qualified electors 
of said city at a nominating municipal election held therein on 








April 27 












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Relative to the proposed formation of a bridge and highway dis- 
trict for the purpose of constructing a bridge across the Golden 
Gate from the city and county of San Francisco to the county 
ofMarin 


Jan. 27 


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Relating to federal harbor development at Crescent City 

Relating to protection of certain navigable waters in the State of 


Jan. 27 


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Powers. 

Fellom 


Jan. 27 


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Jan. 27 


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Relating to California Indian's Court of Claims Bill, Senate No. 
4301 






Murphy and Hurley 

Murphy and Hurley 

Murphy and Hurley 


April 23 


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April 25 


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April 27 


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April 27 


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Relative to the appointment of commissioners to negotiate with 
like commissioners from the states of Arizona and Nevada for 
the purpose of settling the respective rights of said states in and 
to the waters of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River System. 








April 27 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 47 



RESUME. 



TOTAL BILLS INTRODUCED. 

Senate Bills 833 

Assembly Rills 1318 

2151 

►Senate Constitutional Amendments 42 

Senate Concurrent Resolutions 27 

Senate Joint Resolutions 28 

97 

Assembly Constitutional Amendments 37 

Assembly Concurrent Resolutions 28 

Assembly Joint Resolutions 20 

85 

Total introduced 2333 

BILLS PRESENTED TO GOVERNOR. 

Senate Bills 365 

Assembly Bills 634 

999 

FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Senate Constitutional Amendments 10 

Senate Concurrent Resolutions 22 

Senate. Joint Resolutions 9 

41 

Assembly Constitutional Amendments 8 

Assembly Concurrent Resolutions : 22 

Assembly Joint Resolutions 9 

39 

Total Senate Bills signed 172 

Total Assembly Bills signed 1 308 

Senate Bills vetoed 27 

Assembly Bills vetoed 62 

•Senate Bills pocketed 166 

Assembly Bills pocketed 264 



48 FINAL CALENDAR OP LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY 



1 — Allen, Jan. 8. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act relating to assessments for city improvements. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third readinc. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

2— Baker, Jan. 8. To Com. on Bkg. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize and control the deposit 
in banks of money belonging to or in the custody of any county or munici- 
pality within this state, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict 
with this act," approved April 12, 1923, by amending section 1 thereof, 
relating to the deposit of public moneys. " 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9^From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Referred to Senator Powers as a 
Committee of One to amend. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third 
reading. 

Mar. 9 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. oa Bkg. 

3 — -Handy, Jan. 8. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to repeal section 1168 of the Penal Code, relating to the imposing of 

sentences in criminal cases. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

4 — Ingram, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to amend section 3 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the appoint- 
ment of a guardian for the Marshall Monument and Grounds : Prescribing 
his duties and appropriating money therefor," approved v March 31, 1891, as 
amended, relating to the salary of sa'd guardian. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approve*! 
To Assembly. 

April 10— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

Aprill6 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 331. 



SENATE PINAL HISTORY. 49 

5 — Johnson, A. B., Jan. 8. To Com. on Cons. 

An act to provide for the co-operation with the United States government in 
establishing and operating a Forest Experiment Station in the State of Cali- 
fornia and to make an appropriation therefor. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. ' 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 6 — Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. 

April 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

6— Johnson, M. B. Jan. 8. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to appropriate $5,000 to be used by the California Highway Commiission 

for the purpose of making a survey for a road from the city of Hollister to 

Soledad. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

7 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to add a new section to the Civil Code, to be numbered 421a, providing 
"State Building Bonds" ; to provide a fund for the erection and equipment 
of State buildings in the City of Los Angeles for State purposes ; creating a 
commission to determine the amount to be expended for furnishing and equip- 
ping said buildings, and accepting a suitable site ; creating a sinking and 
interest fund for the payment of interest on said bonds, and the redemption 
of the same ; making an appropriation therefor ; making an appropriation of 
$5,000 for the expenses of printing and lithographing said bonds, and pro- 
viding for the submission of this act to a vote of the people. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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50 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

8 — Sample and Nelson, Jan. 8. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to create a publ'ic corporation to be known as "The State Bar of Cali- 
fornia," to provide for its organization, government, membership and powers, 
to regulate the practice of law, and to provide penalties for violations of said 
act. 

Jan. ~8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 12 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 14 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

9 — Slater, Jan. 8. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 2192 of the Political Code, relating to commitment ot 
incompetents other than insane persons to State hospitals. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Feb. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred ro 
Com. on Fin. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 9 — From committee without recommendation. Re-referred to Com. on 
W. & M. 

10— Taylor, Jan. 8. To Com. on Cons. 

An act to provide for the prevention of forest fires in the San Antonio Canyon 
in the San Gabriel Mountains, California, and to make an appropriation 
therefor. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended, and be 
re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

Mar. 12 — He-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

11 — Crowley and Young, Jan. 8. To Com. on Bub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend sections 7 and Sg of an act entitled "An act to regulate the 
sale and use of poisons in the State of California and providing a penalty for 
the violation thereof," approved March 6, 1907, as amended, and to add a new 
section thereto to be numbered section 5«, relating to poisons. 

Jan. 8 — Read" first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. Amended. To p'rint. engrossment, and third reading 

Mar. 9 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 19 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 20 — From printer. 

Mar. 25 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 26 — In Senate. To unfinished business. 

Mar. 27 — Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 13 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 59. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 51 

oung, Jan. 8. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend sections 626o and 631a of the Penal Code relative to the 

protection of water fowl. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 14 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

13 — Slater, Jan. 8. To Com on Agr. 

An act making an appropriation for the encouragement of county agricultural 

fairs and providing for the distribution of the moneys hereby appropriated. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on Fin. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass R 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 25 — To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed: 
April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Agr. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23— Appropriation reduced by Governor from $100,000 to $75,000. 

Approved by Governor. Chapter 470. 

14 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 3756 of the Political Code relating to penalties on 

delinquent taxes. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

15 — Johnson, M. B., and Jones, Jan. 8. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to provide for the survey and construction of a State highway from 
Governor's Camp, in the California Redwood Park, to the coast road at the 
point where said coast road crosses the divide between Waddell Creek and 
Scott Creek, and making an appropriation therefor. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re- referred to 
Com. on Fin. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



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16 — Ingram, Jan.' 8. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 2 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the organ- 
ization, ibebrporatiou and government of municipal corporations," approved 
March 13, 1883, as amended. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

17 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Civil Code, to be numbered 42 lo, providing 
that officers, directors, trustees, agents or attorneys for insurance companies 
shall not receive benefits from loans or investments made by such companies. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 25 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 27 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ins. 

April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 7 — Read second time. 

April 20 — -Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 20 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 242. 

18 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 453i of the Civil' Code, relating to the issuance of 

contracts of insurance by assessment associations. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 31 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 2 — Read third timf, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ins. 
April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 10 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 20 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 243. 

19 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 594| of the Political Code, relating to organizations 

which grant annuities. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 53 

-Ckamberlin, Jan. 8. To Coin, on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 633e, defining 
insurance adjusters and providing for licensing, supervising and regulating 
thorn and for the suspension and revocation of their licenses by the Insurance 
Commissioner. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 25 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 2(5 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 27 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ins. 

April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 7 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 20 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 244. 

21 — Ckamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Civil Code, to be numbered 2600, relating to 
policies of insurance and to insurance companies issuing or guaranteeing joint 
insurance policies. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

22 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 596c, relating 

to the failure of insurance companies to discharge their contracts. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

23 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on. Ins. 

An act to amend section 630 of the Political Code, forbidding persons, corpora- 
tions and others from transacting insurance business in this State unless 
licensed by the Insurance Commissioner. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To prints. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

24 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 421 of the Civil Code, relating to investments of 

insurance companies. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended and re-referred 

to Com. on Ins. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 

to Com. on Ins. 
April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 7 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 8 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
April 9 — Read third time, passed, title appro^d. To Assembly. 
April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ins. 
April 15 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 
April 18 — -Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 20 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 245. 



54 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

25 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 635m, relating 
to the conditions upon which surety companies may transact business in this 
State. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

26 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 611 of the Political Code, relating to the filing, adjust- 
ing, and publishing annual statements by insurance companies. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

27 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 623 of the Political Code, relating to bonds required to 

be filed by insurance companies operating in this State. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

28 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 631a of the Political Code, relating to the publication 

of notice of withdrawal of insurance companies from this State. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

29 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 595a, relating 
to the retirement of insurance companies from this State and the reinsurance 
of their risks. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

30 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to repeal section 622a of the Political Code, relating to the taxation of 

insurance companies operating in this State. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 26 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 27 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ins. 
April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 7 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 18 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 177. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 55 

L — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 453t of the Civil Code, specifying conditions to be 
complied with by foreign life, health, accident and annuity or endowment 
associations desiring to transact business in this State. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

32 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Civil Code to be numbered 453a, relating to 

mutual life or mutual casualty corporations, societies or associations. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

33 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 424 of the Civil Code, relating to the capital stock of 

fire and marine insurance corporations. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

34 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 023a, relating 

to capital, assets and deposits required of alien insurance companies. 
Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

35 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 590, and to 
amend section 591 of the said code, relative to the powers of the Insurance 
Commissioner, the appointment of his deputies, assistants and other employees, 
and relating to the establishment of his offices in San Francisco and Los 
Angeles, and authorizing an appropriation for the maintenance of his office. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

36 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 3 of an act entitled "An act authorizing the incurring 
of indebtedness by cities, towns, and municipal corporations for municipal 
improvements, and regulating the acquisition,, construction, or completion 
thereof." (which became a law under constitutional provision without the 
Governors approval on February 25, 1901), as amended, relating to the vote 
necessary for the carrying of bonds. 

Jan. 8— Read first time. To printer. » 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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37— Breed and West, Jan. 8. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend sections 3617, 3627, 3628, 3629 and 3650 of the Political Code, 
all relating to revenue and taxation and to add a new section thereto to he 
numbered 3627a to carry into effect the provisions of section 12£ of article 
XIII of the constitution of the State of California as said constitution was 
amended November 4, 1924, providing for the assessment, levy and collection 
of taxes on notes, debentures, shares of capital stock, bonds, solvent credits, 
and mortgages or deeds of trust not exempt from taxation, and providing 
penalties for failure or refusal to comply with the terms hereof. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Jan. 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Jan. 22 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. Reported 
correctly engrossed. 

Feb. 26 — Referred to Senator Nelson, as a committee of one to amend. 
Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. From printer. To 
re-engrossment. 

Feb. 27 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Mar. 2 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 7 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

Mar. 9 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar- 10 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor at 2.55 p.m. 

Mar. 20 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 12. 

38— West, Jan. 8. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 452 of the Political Code, relating *o the duties of the 
State Treasurer. • 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 1 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 15' — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 16 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 20-— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 23 — Re-referred to Com. on Gov. Eff. 

39— West, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to amend section 457 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries of the 

watchmen in the office of the State Treasurer. 
Jan. 8— Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. / 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 26 — Referred to Senator Chamberlin as a Committee of One to amend. 

Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 27 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 18 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 330. 

40— Boggs, Jan. 8. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend section 16 of an act entitled : "An act to regulate the practice 
of pharmacy in the State of California, and to provide a penalty for the viola- 
tion thereof; and for the appointment of a board to be known as the California 
State Board of Pharmacy," approved March 20, 1905, as amended, relating to 
the licensing of general dealers. 

Jan. 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 9 1 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 









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41 — Slater, Jan. 9. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money for tinting, papering and other necessary improve- 
ments and repairs of the Governor's mansion and outbuildings thereof at 
Sacramento and for new carpets, furnishings, and equipment to be used therein. 

Jan. 9 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 10 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 3— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 209. 

42 — Handy, Jan. 9. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and Safety Act of 

1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended. 
Jan. 9 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 10 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

43 — Handy, Jan. 9. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and Safety Act of 

1917," approved May 23. 1917, as amended. 
Jan. 9 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 10 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

44 — Handy, Jan. 9. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and Safety Act of 

1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended. 
Jan. 9 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 10 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

45— Murphy, Jan. 12. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act providing for the protection and assistance of aged persons under certain 
conditions in the State of California and prescribing penalties for violation of 
the provisions hereof and making an appropriation for the carrying out of its 
purposes. 

Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 13 — From printer. . 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed- 
April 7 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 8 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass, and be re-referred to 
Com. on W. & M. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. From committee with recommenda- 
tion : Do pass. Read third time, passed, title read and approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 24 — Vetoed by Governor, To unfinished business, 



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46 — Breed, Jan. 12. Without Reference to Committee. 

An act making an appropriation to pay the expenses of electors of President and 

Vice President of the United States of America. 
Jan. 12 — Read first time. Without reference to committee. Made case urgency. 

Article 4, section 15 of constitution suspended. Read second time. Considered 

engrossed, and to third reading. Read third time, passed, title approved. To 

Assembly. 
Jan. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. Without reference to committee. 

Constitution suspended. Read second and third times. Ursreucy clause 

adopted. Passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Jan. 12 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Jan. 13 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Jan. 14 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 2. 

47 — Ingram, Jan. 12. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money for the installation of a water system at Marshall's 

Monument Grounds. 
Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 13 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading;. 
April 10 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24: — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 20 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 246. 

48 — Murphy, Jan. 12. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 3 of an act entitled, "An act to create a police relief, 
health and life insurance, and pension fund in the several counties, cities and 
counties, cities and towns of the State," approved March 4. 1880, as amended. 

Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 13 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, and n 
ment. 

April 14 — From printer. To re-engrossment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 
approved. To Assembly. 

April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

49— Sample, Jan. 12. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money for painting and repairing the State Capitol 

Building. 
Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 13 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second tinie. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May IS — Approved by Governor. Chapter ITS. 









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Sample, Jan. 12. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 456 of the Political Code, relating to employees in the 

office of the State Treasurer. 
Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 13 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 26 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 27 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 
April 10 — From committee. Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 271. 

51 — Sample, Jan. 12 — To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money for the purpose of remodeling and making repairs 

to certain buildings at Sutter's Fort. 
Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 13 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1- — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May V.) — Approved by Governor. Chapter 210. 

52 — Creighton, Jan. 12. To Com. on Cons. 

An act to amend sections 8, 11, and 12 of an act entitled "An act providing for 
the organization, operation, maintenance, and government of water conserva- 
tion districts, and for the acquisition, appropriation, diversion, storage, con- 
servation, and distribution of water for the irrigating of lands in such 
districts, for drainage and reclamation connected therewith ; and for the 
generation, disposition, and sale of hydro-electric energy developed incidental 
to such storage and distribution : and for the acquisition of lands or rights 
therein and the acquisition, construction, operation, and maintenance of 
works to carry into effect the provisions of this act; and creating a board to 
be known as the 'State Irrigation Board.' and defining its powers and duties, 
and the method and procedure for exercising such powers and duties," approved 
June 18, 1923. 

Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 13 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Feb. 27 — From committee with recommendation . Do pass. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ir. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 27 — Read second time. Amended. 

April 3 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 6 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 7 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 332. 






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53— Lewis and Taylor, Jani 12. To Com. on P. & R. 

An act to establish a branch State prison, to be known as Southern California 
Branch of the State Prison ; to provide for the purchase of land therefor ; 
and the construction of buildings and other improvements in connection there- 
with ; to provide for the commitment and transfer of prisoners thereto and 
therefrom : to provide for the equipment, conduct and management thereof ; 
and to make an appropriation therefor. 

Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 13 — From printer. 

Jan. 1") — To committee. 

Mar. 31— From committee with recommendation: Be re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

54 — Christian, Jan. 12. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to anmend section 862 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
organization, incorporation and government of municipal corporations," 
approved March 13, 1883, as amended, relating to the power of boards of 
trustees in cities of the sixth class. 

Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com! on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

Mar. 25 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 26 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 9 — ADproved by Governor. Chapter 54. 

55 — Christian, Jan. 12. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 2969 of the Civil Code, relating to levy of writs of 

attachments and executions. 
Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 14 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 4 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 5 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. / 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 2 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

56— Christian, Jan. 12. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 1208 of- the Political Code, relating to illiterate or 

helpless voters. 
Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 14 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 17 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 18— In Assembly. Read first time. . To Com. on Elec. 
Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate 
April 7 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 






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57— Kline, Jan. 12. To Com. on Cons. * 

An act to provide for the reforestation, constructing and maintaining of fire 
lanes and fire trails on the Angeles National Forest, and to make an appro- 
priation therefor. 

Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 12 — Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 16 — From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, 
title approved. To Assembly. 

April 18— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Cons. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass and be re-referred to 
Com. on W. «fc M. To committee. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 10 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 211. 

58— Handy, Jan. 12. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 19a?28 of an act entitled "An act to be known as the 
Juvenile Court LaAv, and concerning persons under the age of twenty-one 
years ; and in certain cases providing for their care, custody and maintenance ; 
providing for the probationary treatment of such persons, and for the com- 
mitment of such persons to the Whittier State School and the Preston School 
of Industry, The California School for Girls, and other institutions : estab- 
lishing probation officers and a probation committee to deal with such persons 
and fixing the salary thereof ; providing for the establishment of detention 
homes for such persons ; fixing the method of procedure and treatment or 
commitment where crimes have been committed by such persons ; providing 
for the punishment of those guilty of offenses with reference to such persons 
and defining such crimes; and repealing the Juvenile Court Law approved 
March 8, 1909, as amended by an act approved April 5, 1911, and as amended 
by an act approved June 16, 1913, and al 1 amendments thereof and all acts or 
parts of acts inconsistent herewith," approved June 5, 1915, as amended. 

Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Feb. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 7 — Read second time. Amended. 

Mar. 11 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 12 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar. 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Mar. 24 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 13. 

59 — Creighton, Jan. 12. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to provide for the investigation by the State of California of the possi- 
bilities of the storage, control and diversion of water for public use and public 
protection in the State of California, and making an appropriation for said 
purpose. 

Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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60— Crowley, Jan. 12. «To Com. dn Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend sections 2, 3, 4, and 15 of an act entitled "An act to regulate 
the practice of pharmacy in the State of California, and to provide a penalty 
for the violation thereof ; and for the appointment of a board to be known 
as the California State Board of Pharmacy," approved March 20, 1905, as 
amended March 21, 1907, April 21, 1909, and May 27, 1915. 

Jan. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15^— To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on M. & D. L. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice of reconsideration 
given by Mr. Muller. 

April 7 — Motion to reconsider continued to next legislative day. 

April 8 — Reconsideration waived. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket' veto. 

61— Maloney, Jan. 13'. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act appropriating money for motor bus inspection by the State Railroad 

Commission. 
Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 14 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

G2 — Ingram, Jan. 13. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of G. W. Morrill against the State 

of California. 
Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 14 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



63 — Ingram, Jan. 13. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4279 of the Political Code, relating to salaries of officers 

of counties of the fiftieth class. 
Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

14 — From printer. 

15 — To committee. 

6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 15 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 09. 



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64 — Ingram, Jan. 13. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 19#50 of an act entitled "An act to be known as the 
Juvenile Court Law, and concerning persons under the age of twenty-one 
years ; and in certain cases providing for their care, custody, and maintenance ; 
providing for the probationary treatment of such persons, and for the com- 
mitment of such persons to the Whittier State School and the Preston School 
of Industry, the California School for Girls, and other institutions ; establish- 
ing probation officers and a probation committee to deal with such persons 
and fixing the salaries thereof, providing for the establishment of detention 
homes for such persons : fixing the method of procedure and treatment or 
commitment where crimes have been committed by such persons ; providing 
for the punishment of those guilty of offenses with reference to such persons, 
and defining such crimes; and repealing the Juvenile Court Law approved 
March 8, 1909, as amended by an act approved April 5, 1911, and as amended 
by an act approved June 1G, 1913, and all amendments thereof and all acts 
or parts of acts inconsistent herewith," approved June 5, 1915, as amended. 

Jan. 13 — Read first time. To -printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 6 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 27 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 90. 

65 — Boggs — Jan. 13. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 197i of an act known as the "Juvenile Court Law," 
approved June 5, 1915, as amended, relating to salaries of probation officers in 
counties of the eighth class. m 

Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. (3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 13 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 60. 

66 — Christian, Jan. 13. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1018 of the Penal Code of the Sta"te of California, 
relating to plea of guilty, how put in, and when and how it may be with- 
drawn. 

Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 3 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 4 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 5— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. ** 

April 1— Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 23 — Vetoed by Governor. . To unfinished business. 



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67 — Lyon, Jan. 13. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act confirming and validating the formation or organization of municipal 
improvement districts and declaring the urgency of said act. 

Jan. 13 — Head first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Alar. 12 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 115 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, urgency clause adopted, 
passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp., 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, urgency clause adopted, passed, title approved. To 
Senate. 

April 24— In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

68 — Lyon, Jan. 13. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to legalize bonds heretofore issued and sold, or to be issued and sold, hy 
municipal improvement districts where authority for such issuance has already 
been "given by a vote of not less than two-thirds of the electors of such 
districts voting upon the question of incurring such indebtedness. 

Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 212. 

69 — Lyon, Jan. 13. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 794 of the Political Code, relating to the duties of 

notaries public. 
Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 14 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

70 — Lyon, Jan. 13. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 5 of an act entitled "An act to provide for and regulate 
primary elections, and providing a method for choosing the delegates for 
political parties to State conventions and for nominating electors of President 
and Vice President of the United States, and providing for the election of 
party county central committees, and to repeal the act approved April 7. 191 1. 
known as the Direct Primary Law, and also to repeal the act approved 
December 24, 1911, amending sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 22, 23, and 24 of 
the said Direct Primary Law, and also to repeal all other acts or parts of acrs 
inconsistent with or in conflict with the provisions of this act," approved 
June 16. 1913, as amended. 

Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 17 — From priater. To engrossment. 

Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Elec. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 



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-Lyon, Jan. 13. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4131 of the Political Oode, relating to the duties of 

county recorders. 
Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 14 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

72— Lyon, Jan. 13. To Com. bn Elec. 

An act to amend section 23 of an act entitled "An act to provide for and regu- 
late primary elections, and providing a method for choosing the delegates for 
political parties to State conventions and for nominating electors of President 
and Vice President of the United States, and providing for the election of 
party county central committees, and to repeal the act approved April 7, 1911. 
known as .the Direct Primary Law, and also to repeal the act approved 
December 24, 1911, amending sections 1. 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 22, 23, and 24 of 
said Direct Primary Law, and also to repeal all other acts or parts of acts 
inconsistent with or in conflict with the provisions of this act," approved 
June 16, 1913, as amended. 

Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

73— Slater, Jan. 13. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 19a?14 of an act entitled "An act to be known as the 
Juvenile Court Law, and concerning persons under the age of 21 years ; and 
in certain cases providing for their care, custody and maintenance ; providing 
for the probationary treatment of such persons, and for the commitment of 
such persons to the Whittier State School and the Preston School of Industry, 
the California School for Girls, and other institutions ; establishing probation 
officers and a probation committee to deal with such persons and fixing the 
salary thereof ; providing for the establishment of detention homes for such 
persons; fixing the method of procedure and treatment or commitment where 
crimes have been committed by such persons ; providing for the punishment of 
those guilty of offenses with reference to such persons, and defining such 
crimes ; and repealing the Juvenile Court Law approved March 8, 1909, as 
amended by an act approved April 5, 1911. and as amended by an act approved 
June 16, 1913. and all amendments thereof and all acts or parts of nets incon- 
sistent herewith," approved June 5, 1915. as amended. 

Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 4 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 13 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar. 18 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Mar. 27 — Vetoed by Governor. Veto sustained. 

74— Young, Jan. 13. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 737m;, relating 
to the salaries of judges of the superior court in and for the county of Santa 
Clara. 

Jan. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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75 — Lewis, Jan. 14. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to add a new seel ion to the Political Code to be numbered 1610a, and 

providing for the furnishing of food to pupils and employees of the school 

district, at cost. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. 
Mar. 17 — Read third time. Refused passage. Notice of motion to reconsider by 

Mr. Smith. 
Mar. IS — Reconsideration granted. Re-referred to Com. on Ed. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 23 — Read third time, and amended. 
April 6 — Read third time, .passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 7 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

76— Lewis, Jan. 14. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to regulate the occupation of hairdressers, cosmeticians and cosmetolo- 
gists, to create a State Board of Examiners for the licensing of persons to 
carry on and to teach such practices, to insure the better education of such 
practitioners, to provide rules regulating the proper conduct and sanitation of 
hairdressing and cosmetician establishments and schools for the protection of 
the public health and to provide penalties for violations thereof. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 
to committee. 

Mar. 19 — Read second time. Amended. Re-referred to committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

77 — Lewis, Jan. 14. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend section 7 of an act entitled "An act to be known as the 
•Inheritance Tax Act,' to establish a tax on gifts, legacies, inheritances, 
bequests, devises, successions and transfers, to provide for its collection and 
to direct the disposition of its proceeds ; to provide for the enforcement of 
liens created by this act and by any act hereby repealed and for suits to quiet 
title against claims of liens arising hereunder, or under an act hereby repealed ; 
and to repeal chapter 5S9 of the laws of the session of the Legislature of 
California of 1917, approved May 23, 1917, known as the 'Inheritance Tax 
Act,' and to repeal all acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act," 
approved June 3, 1921, as amended. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

78 — Lewis, Jan. 14. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 1094. of the Political Code relating to the time of 

registration of voters. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

79— Allen, Jan. 14. To Com. on Mil. Af. 

Ah act to make an appropriation for the repair and completion of the roof of 
the State Armory at Exposition Park, in the city of Los Angeles. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee without recommendation. Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved 
To Assembly. 

April 10— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 






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jewis, Jan. 14. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to create the Department of Narcotic Enforcement ; to create the office 
of Narcotic Director and prescribe his duties and powers ; and to fix his 
qualifications and salary. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

81— Nelson, Jan. 14. To Com. on P. & G. 

An act to amend section 628 of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of fish. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass aa amended. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 272. 

82— Nelson, Jan. 14. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to repeal section 32 of an act entitled "An act to divide the State of 
California into fish and game districts^ and to repeal an act entitled "An act 
to divide the State of California into fish and game districts and to repeal an 
act entitled 'An act to divide the State of California into six fish and game 
districts,' approved March 21, 1911, and all acts or parts of acts inconsistent 
herewith," approved May 28, 1917, as amended. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 333. 

83— Nelson, Jan. 14. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 632 of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of fish. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

April 22 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24: — From committee without recommendation. 

84— Nelson, Jan.- 14. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 737d<7, relating 

to the salaries of superior court judges. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To. printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

85— Nelson, Jan. 14. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 737ee, relating 

to the salaries of superior court judges. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. Tq printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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86— Nelson, Jan. 14. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 737w\ relating 

to the salary of the superior court judge of the county of Del Norte. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

87 — Nelson, Jan. 14. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 67& of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to sessions 

of the superior court. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer.- 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Feb. 27 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 2 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 3 — Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

88— Nelson, Jan. 14. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626 of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

game. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

89— Johnson, M. B. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to validate proceedings for the annexation of territory to, incorporation 

in, and inclusion thereof, within municipal corporations. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
Jan. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Jan. 21 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Jan. 22 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
April 17 — To unfinished business. 

90— Johnson, M. B., Jan. 14. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to validate the organization and incorporation of municipal corporations. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

Jan. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Jan. 21 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Jan. 22 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 17 — To unfinished business. 

91— Baker, Jan. 14. To Com. on G. E. 

An act to amend section 738c of the Political Code, relating to the salaries of 

the judges of the superior court of the county of Monterey. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

92 — Baker, Jan. 14. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 687 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to issuance 

of executions. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 20 — Read second time. 

April 2 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 3 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 15 — Reported correcrly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 






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93 — Hollister and Sample, Jan. 14. To Com. on Bkg. 

An act denning credit unions, providing for their incorporation, powers, man- 
agement and supervision. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To nrint, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 14 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Bkg. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
• April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 3 — From printer. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 9 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

94 — Inman, Jan. 14. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 988 of the Penal Code, relating to proceedings upon 

arraignment in criminal cases. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 4 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

95— Fellom, Jan. 14. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to be known as the maternity aid act, providing means whereby pros- 
pective mothers who are too poor to properly care for themselves or their 
child immediately preceding or succeeding childbirth may petition and obtain, 
subject to the provisions of this act, financial aid from the State, upon a 
proper showing of fact, and making an appropriation therefor. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com. on Fin. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

96 — Boggs, Jan. 14. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 17 of an act entitled "An act to establish a standard 
of weights and measures in the State of California ; to regulate weights and 
measures and weighing and measuring instruments and devices, and pro- 
viding for the inspection and sealing thereof ; to prevent the use and sale of 
false weights and measures and weighing and measuring instruments and 
devices : providing for the inspection, measurement and weighing of goods, 
commodities, wares, packages, and amounts of commodities kept for sale or 
in process of delivery ; to prevent the sale of goods, wares and merchandise 
by false weights and measures ; to provide penalties for the violation of the 
provisions of this act ; for the admission in evidence of copies of the State's 
standards of weights and measures ; providing for the appointment of officers 
to enforce and carry into effect the provisions of this act, including a State 
Superintendent of Weights and Measures and his deputy, Sealers of Weights 
and Measures and their deputies ; defining the powers and duties of such 
officers ; and making an appropriation to carry this act into effect," approved 
June 16, 1913, as amended, relating to salaries of County Sealers of Weights 
and Measures. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee withctut recommendation. 

97— Boggs, Jan. 14. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to add a new section to the Civil Code to be numbered 3051ft, providing 
for liens for sacks, twine, "wire and other materials used in harvesting, baling 
or otherwise preparing agricultural products. 



Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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98— Boggs, Jan. 14. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to add three new sections to the Civil Code, to be numbered 3066, 3066a, 
and 30665, relating to liens of sellers of feed for poultry and other livestock. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

99— Boggs, Jan. 14. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to add two new sections to the Civil Code, to be numbered 3067 and 

3067a, relating to liens of sellers of seed. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. • 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

100— Boggs, Jan. 14. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to amend section 537a* of the Penal Code, relating to the removal of 

property upon which a lien exists. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24: — From committee without recommendation. 

101 — Boggs, Jan. 14. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 1191 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to liens 

upon lots or tracts of land for street, highway or sidewalk improvement. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

102 — Crowley, Canepa, Murphy, Gray, Maloney, Fellom, Tubbs, Jones 
and Johnson, M. B., Jan. 14. To Com. on E. & H. 

An act to provide for the establishment of a highway, to be known as the Bay 
Shore highway, in the counties of San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara. 

Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
From printer. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 20— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 471. 

103 — Ingram, Jan. 14. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of E. E. Purrington against the 

State of California. 
Jan. 14 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. To committee. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 2 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 
April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 20 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 247. 

104— Sample, Jan. 15. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act limiting the hours of labor, or hours on duty, of employees or members 
of paid fire departments of any county, city and county, city, town, district, 
or other political subdivision of the State,, and prescribing penalties for 
violations of this act. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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-Sample, Jan. 15. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to legalize bonds to be issued and sold by municipalities whore authority 
for such issuance has already been given by a vote of not less than two-thirds 
of the electors of such municipalities voting upon the question of incurring 
such indebtedness. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

.06 — Boggs, Jan. 15. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4237 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries, fees 

and expenses of officers in counties of the eighth class. 
Jan. lo — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 9 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 53. 

107 — Sample, Jan. 15. To Com. on Jud. 

An act recognizing and declaring valid Tia Juana River Irrigation District, and 
approving and declaring valid all proceedings on formation and organization 
thereof. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. .3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 4— Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, ^itle approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 24 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

108— Sample, Jan. 15. To Com. on Fm. 

An act appropriating money for the maintenance and repair of the California 

State Building at Balboa Park, San Diego. 
Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

109 — Sample, Jan. 15. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 19ai5 of the "Juvenile Court Act." approved June 5, 
1915. as amended relating to the salaries of probation officers of counties of 
the fifth class. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 4 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. 

Mar. 13— Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 16 — In Senace. To enrollment. 

Mar. 19 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Mar. 30 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 27. 



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110 — Sample, Jan. 15. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of Vreeland, Everts and Go. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 2 — Readifiecond time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 7— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 23 — From committee without recommendation. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 334. 

Ill— Johnson, M. B., Jan. 15. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1457 of the Penal Code, relating to the disposition of 

fines. 
Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 2 — Read second time. 
April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice of reconsideration 

given by Mr. Carter. 
April 6 — Motion to reconsider continued until next legislative day. 
April 7 — Reconsideration waived. To Senate. 
April 8 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

112 — Johnson, M. B., Jan. 15. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1570 of the Penal Code relating to the disposition of 

fines. 
Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 2 — Read second time. 

April G — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 7- — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

113— Johnson, M. B., Jan. 15. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to add a new section to an act entitled "An act providing for the crea- 
tion, organization, and government of join,t highway districts composed of 
two or more counties of the State of California," approved April 5, 1917, to 
be numbered 43, relating to assessment. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. 

April 18*— Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 






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114— Johnson, M. B., Jan. 15. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act granting to the city of South San Francisco the salt marsh, tide and 
submerged lands of the State of California, including the right to wharf out 
therefrom to the city of South San Francisco, and regulating the manage- 
ment, use, and control thereof. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

115 — Hurley, Jan. 15. To Com. on Mnfs. 

An act to add a new secfrioA to the Political Code, to be numbered 3236, relating 
to preference on public contracts and furnishing supplies. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 8 — From committee -with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mnfs. 

116— Hurley, Jan. 15. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend section 653c of the Penal Code, relating to hours of labor. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

117— Hurley, Jan. 15. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act providing for the employing of citizens of the State of California, and 
of the United States on all public works done by authority of the State of 
California, and providing a penalty for the violation thereof. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

118 — Hurley, Jan. 15. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 10 of the Political Code, relating to holidays. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

119 — Young, Jan. 15. To Com. on Jud. 

An act requiring the recording of maps of subdivisions of land into lots for the 
purpose of sale, and prescribing the conditions on which such maps may be 
recorded, and prohibiting the selling or offering for sale of land by reference to 
maps unless the same are recorded : prescribing penalties for the violation 
hereof ; and to repeal an act entitled "An act requiring the recording of maps 
of subdivisions of land into lots for the purpose of sale, and prescribing the 
conditions on which such maps may be recorded and prohibiting the selling or 
offering for sale of land by reference to said maps unless the same are 
recorded," approved March 15, 1907, as amended, and to repeal all acts or 
"parts of acts inconsistent with this act. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 16 — From printer. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

120— Murphy, Jan. 15. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to require that certain employees of railroads be provided with watches. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee .without recommendation. 



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121 — Handy, Jan. 15. To Com. on Jud. 

An act validating the formation, organization and proceedings of the Potter 
Valley Irrigation District under the provisions of an act of the Legislature 
entitled "An act to provide for the organization and government of irrigation 
districts, to provide for the acquisition or construction thereby of works for 
the irrigation of the lands embraced within such districts, and, also, to provide 
for the distribution of water for irrigation purposes," approved March 31, 
1897, as amended. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ir. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 27 — Read second time. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice of reconsideration 
given by Mr. Dayton. 

April 8 — Motion to reconsider continued to next legislative day. 

April 9 — Reconsideration granted. Re-referred to Com. on Ir. 

122— Handy, Jan. 15. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 12 of an act entitled "An act to create a police relief, 
health, and life insurance and pension fund in the several counties, cities and 
counties, cities, and towns of the State," approved March 4, 1889, as amended. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24: — From committee without recommendation. 



123— Boggs, Jan. 15. To Com. on M. V. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 3650$, relating 

to assessments. 
Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading 
Mar. 5 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on M. V. 
Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 27 — Read second time. 

April 9 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 
April 10 — From printer. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



124 — Jones, Jan. 15. To Com. on Jud. 



An act to amend the Code of Civil Procedure, by adding thereto a new section 
to be numbered 1871, relating to experts, their appointment by the court, or 
a judge thereof, and providing for their compensation and manner of exami- 
nation as witnesses. 

Jan. 15 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 9 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 156, 




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125— Rush, Jan. 16. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act making an appropriation for the erection and construction of a new 

grandstand at the State Agricultural Grounds at Sacramento, California. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be re- referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — From printer. 
April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Agr. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 22 — From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 273. 

126— Pedrotti, Jan. 16. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 869 of the Penal Code, relating to fees of reporters iu 

preliminary examinations. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24- — From committee without recommendation. 

127— Pedrotti, Jan. 16. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 274 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to fees of 

court reporters. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 3 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 6 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 16 — From printer. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate refuses to concur in Assembly amendments. 

Assembly refuses to recede. To Committee on Free Conference. Report of 

Committee on Free Conference adopted. To enrollment. Reported correctly 

enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

128— Nelson, Jan. 16. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to appropriate money to protect the banks of Mad River from erosion by 

means of brush and rock work along the banks thereof. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor, 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



76 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

129— Nelson, Jan. 16. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 950 of the Political Code, relating to bonds of officers. 

Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — Prom printer. To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Feb. 27 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 2 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. 

Mar. 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 16 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Mar. 19 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Mar. 24 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 14. 

130— Nelson, Jan. 16. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act providing for the taking over by the State of California of a certain 
road in the county of Del Norte, and declaring the same to be a State highway 
and for the maintenance and improvement of the same as a State road or 
State highway, and authorizing the board of supervisors of Del Norte County 
to convey said road to the State of California. 

Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 22 — rFrom committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 335. 

131 — Nelson, Jan. \6. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 594 of the Political Code, relating to the classification 

of insurance, and the reserves required in certain classes. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

132— Handy, Jan. 16. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 737/, relating 

to the salary of the superior court judge of the county of Mendocino. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

133— Boggs, Jan. 16. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to appropriate money for the purpose of improving the street facing the 

grounds of the State Hospital at Stockton. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third readiag. 
April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed', title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 77 



134— Jones, Jan. 16. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to create the Mortgage Loan Bureau of California, under the jurisdiction 
of the Corporation Commissioner ; defining mortgage loan companies ; provid- 
ing for their license ; defining the powers and duties of the Corporation Com- 
missioner in the regulation, control and dissolution of such mortgage loan 
companies. 

Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Jan. 22 — Withdrawn from committee. Read second time. Amended. To 
printer. From printer. Re- referred to Com. on Gov. Eff. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 
to Com. on Gov. Eff. 

Mar. 30— Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 31 — From printer. Re-referred to Com. on Go v. Eff. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation, 

135— Murphy, Jan. 16. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act limiting the hours of labor 
of females employed in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mercantile estab- 
lishment, laundry, hotel, or restaurant, or telegraph or telephone establishment 
or office, or by any express or transportation company ; compelling each 
employer in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mercantile establishment, 
laundry, hotel or restaurant, or other establishment employing any female, 
to provide suitable seats for all female employees and to permit them to use 
such seats when they are not engaged in the active duties of their employ- 
ment ; and providing a penalty for failure, neglect, or refusal of the employer 
to comply with the provisions of this act, and for permitting or suffering any 
overseer, superintendent, foreman, or other agent of any such employer to 
violate the provisions of this act," approved March 22, 1911, as amended, 
relating to hours of labor of female employees. 

Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Ma*. 23 — Read second time. 

April 3 — Referred to Com. on L. & C. 

136— Murphy, Jan. 16. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to promote the safety of employees and travelers upon railroads by 

regulating the number of cars in trains. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
April 7 — From committee without recommendation. 
April 8 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
April 9— Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, and re engrossment. 
April 10 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
April 16 — Read third time. Refused passage. 



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137 — Ingram, Jan. 16. To Com. on M. & M. 

An act to provide for the regulation, control and licensing of any person, firm or 
corporation engaging in the business of milling, sampling, concentrating, 
reducing, purchasing, or receiving for sale ores, concentrates, or amalgams, 
bearing gold or silver, gold dust, silver or gold bullion, nuggets or specimens ; 
to provide rules and regulations therefor ; and to provide penalties for the 
violation of the provisions of this act. 

Jan. 16 — Read first tima. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — Prom printer. To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Mar. — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — From printer. 

Mar. 19 — Reported correctly engrossed. Referred to Senator Young as a Com- 
mittee of One to amend. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third 
reading. 

Mar. 11 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third timo. 
passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on M. & M. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 18 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

Mar. 24 — Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 25 — From printer. 

Mar. 27 — Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 39 — From printer. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 1 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 8 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 15 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 79. 

138 — Ingram, Jan. 16. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to provide proper sanitary conditions at terminals for .the preservation 

of the health of employees. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. U. 
April 22 — From committee with recomemndation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 23 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 24 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

139— Ingram, Jan. 16. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section S60d of the Political Code, relating to the jurisdiction of 

the department of finance. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 
April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 18 — Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 






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-Ingram, Jan. 16. To Com. on Cons. 

An act authorizing the creation of a hazardous fire area, prescribing what shall 

not be done within such area and authorizing the State Forester to protect 

such area. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — Prom printer. To committee. 
Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. Re-referred to 

committee. 
Mar. 10 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 

to committee. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 26 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 30 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Cons. 
April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

141 — Johnson, M. B., Jan. 16. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to legalize bonds heretofore issued and sold, or to be issued and sold, by 
municipalities where authority for such issuance has already been given by 
vote not less than two-thirds of the electors of such municipality voting upon 
the question of incurring such indebtedness. 

Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Jan. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Made case urgency. 
Article IV, section 15 of constitution suspended. Read second time. Con- 
sidered correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. To 
Assembly. 

Jan. 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. From com- 
mittee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Jan. 22 — Read second time. Made case of urgency. Urgency clause read and 
adopted. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Jan. 22 — In Senate. 

Jan. 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Feb. 24 — A T etoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

142 — Lewis, Jan. 16. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to establish a tax on income ; to provide for its collection and to direct 

the distribution of the proceeds therefrom. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

143— Lewis, Jan. 16. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to provide for the placing of speed recorders on locomotive engines, and 

providing a penalty for the violations thereof. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

144 — Inman, Jan. 16. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to an act entitled "An act to provide a central 
bureau for the preservation of records of marriages, births and deaths, and 
to provide for the registration of all births and deaths, the establishment of 
registration districts under the superintendence of the State Bureau of Vital 
Statistics ; the issuance and registration of burial and disinterment permits 
and certificates of births and deaths ; the appointment of State and local 
registrars of vital statistics ; to prescribe the powers and duties of registrars, 
coroners, physicians, undertakers, sextons and other persons in relation to 
such registration and to fix penalties for violation of the act ; to create the 



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officers of State and local registrars of vital statistics, to provide for the salary 
and fees of same ; to repeal all acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith," 
approved May 19, 1915, as amended to be numbered 19a, relating to records 
to be supplied by county clerks. 

Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Feb. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com on Fin 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

145 — Swing, Jan. 16. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1431 of the Penal Code of the State of California 

relating to change of place of trial in justice's courts. 
Jan. 16— Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Feb. 27 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 2- — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. 
April 3 — Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 10 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

146_Swing, Jan. 16. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 23 of an act entitled "An act to divide the State of 
California into fish and game districts and to repeal an act entitled 'An act 
to divide the State of California into fish and game districts and to repeal an 
act entitled "An act to divide the State of California into six fish and game 
districts," approved March 21, 1911, and all acts or parts of acts inconsistent 
herewith,' approved May 15, 1915," approved May 28, 1917, as amended. 

Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. » 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 274. 

147— Fellom, Jan. 16. To Com. on Jud. 

An act amending sections 190 and 264 of the Penal Code, relating to punishment 

for felonies. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 

to Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
Mar. 12 — From printer. Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 19 — From committee without recommendation. 
Mar. 20 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
April 17 — To unfinished business. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 81 

I — Nelson, Jan. 16. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4249 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries and 

compensation of officers in counties of the twentieth class. 
Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
Mar. 24 — From printer. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 13 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 61. 

149 — Johnson, A. B., Jan. 16. To Com. on Cons. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 2320, declaring 
the cultivated black currant (Ribes Nigrum), a public nuisance, and providing 
for its eradication ; and providing a penalty for .the violation of the provisions 
of this act. 

Jan. 16 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Cons. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 6 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

150— Hurley, Jan 19. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 24 of an act entitled "An act to provide for and 
regulate primary elections, and providing a method for choosing the delegates 
for political parties to State conventions and for nominating electors of 
President and Vice President of the United States, and providing for the 
election of party county central committees, and to repeal the act approved 
April 7, 1911, known as the Direct Primary Law, and also to repeal the act 
approved December 24, 1911, amending sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 22, 23, 
and 24 of the said Direct Primary Law, and also to repeal all other acts or 
parts of acts inconsistent with or in conflict with the provisions of this act, 
approved June 16, 1913, as amended," relating to party conventions. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 
to Com. on Elec. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 
to Com. on Elec. 
- April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

151 — Hurley, Jan. 19. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to require that certain reserves and capital be maintained by companies 

writing public indemnity insurance. 
Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan". 20 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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152— Breed, Jan. 19. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to meet the deficiency in the appropriation of 

salaries of Senators and Assembly men for the seventy-fifth and seventy-sixth 

fiscal years. 
Jan. 19 — Read fbst time. To printer. 
Jan. 20 — Prom printer. To committee. 
April !) — From qommittee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 10 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, urgency clause 

adopted, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, urgency clause adopted, passed, title approved. To 

Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 157. 

153 — Sample, Jan. 19. To Com. on Jud. 

An act authorizing withdrawal from the operation of the land title law or any 
other land registration law or act for certification of land titles, and restora- 
tion to the record system of real property previously brought under the 
provisions of such law and prescribing the procedure therefor. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20" — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

154— Sample, Jan. 19. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to further divide the State into fish and game districts by establishing a 
district especially suited for the propagation of game, to be known as the 
"Mission Bay Game Refuge District," and to provide for the management 
and protection thereof. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

155 — Sample, Jan. 19. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 36G4/ 
governing the formation, creation, regulation, supervision and taxation of 
common law trusts, as the same are therein defined. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

156_Sample, Jan. 19. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to regulate the use of purse seines, purse nets, drag nets, lampara 
nets or round haul nets (in fish and game districts nineteen, twenty "A" and 
twenty-one), and providing a penalty for the violation thereof. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 2 — Amended. To printer. To re-engrossment. 

April 3 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, 
passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

157 — Sample, Jan. 19. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section seventeen of an act entitled "An act to establish a 
standard of weights and measures in the State of California ; to regulate 
weights and measures and weighing and measuring instruments and devices 
and providing for the inspection and sealing thereof; to prevent the use and 
sale of false weights and measures and weighing and measuring instruments 



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and devices ; providing for the inspection, measurement and weighing of goods, 
commodities, wares, packages and amounts of commodities kept for sale or in 
process of delivery ; to prevent the sale of goods, wares and merchandise 
by false weights and measures ; to provide penalties for the violation of the 
provisions of this act ; for the admission in evidence of copies of the state's 
standard of weights and measures ; providing for the appointment of officers 
to enforce and carry into effect the provisions of this act, including a state 
superintendent of weights and measures and his deputy, sealers of weights 
and measures and their deputies ; defining the powers and duties of such 
officers ; and making an appropriation to carry this act into effect," approved 
June 16, 1913, as amended. 

Jan. ID — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice of reconsideration 
given by Mr. Walters. 

April 20 — Reconsideration waived. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

158 — Creighton, Jan. 19. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of Visalia Growers' Association. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

159— Creighton, Jan. 19. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of Santa Clara Valley Growers' 

Association. 
Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 20— From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

160— Creighton, Jan. 19. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 17 of an act entitled "An act to create for the State of 
California a Department of Engineering, to provide for the appointment of 
the officers and employees thereof, defining its powers and prescribing the 
duties of said department, its officers and employees, to provide the compensa- 
tion of such officers and employees, to make an appropriation for the salaries 
and other expenses for the remainder of the fifty-eighth fiscal year and making 
certain acts a felony and repealing an 4 act entitled 'An act creating a Com- 
missioner of Public Works, defining tiis duties and powers and fixing his 
compensation,' approved February 9, 1900, and all acts or parts of acts 
amendatory thereof ; also repealing an act entitled 'An act to create a Depart- 
ment of Highways for the State of California, to define its duties and powers, 
to provide for the appointment of officers and employees thereof, and to 
provide for the compensation of said officers and employees, and for the 
additional expenses of said department, and to make an appropriation therefor 
for the remainder of the forty-eighth fiscal year,' approved April 1, 1897 ; also 
repealing an act entitled 'An act providing for the appointment of an Auditing 
Board to the Commissioner of Public Works, authorizing and directing him 
and them to perform certain duties relating to drainage, to purchase 
machinery, tools, dredges, and appliances therefor, to improve and rectify 
water channels, to erect works necessary and incident to said drainage, to 
condemn land and property for the purposes aforesaid, making certain acts 
a felony, and making an appropriation of money for the purposes of this 
act,' approved March 17, 1897, and all acts or parts of acts amendatory 
thereof; also repealing an act entitled 'An act to provide for the appointment, 
duties and compensation of a Debris Commissioner, and to make an appro- 
priation to be expended under his directions in the discharge of his duties as 
such Commissioner ; approved March 24, 1893, and all acts or parts of acts 
amendatory thereof ; also repealing an act entitled 'An act to create the 
office of Lake Tahoe Wagon Road Commissioner, providing the term of office 
and compensation of such Commissioner, defining his duties, and making an 
appropriation for the salary and expenditures provided for and authorized 



84 FINAL CALENDAR OP LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

by this act,' approved April L, 1X97, and all nets or parts of acts amendatory 
thereof," approved March 11, 1007, as amended, relating to salaries of the 
Department of Engineering. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

161— Johnson, M. B., Jan. 19. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to provide that a certain highway in Santa Cruz County shall become a 
State highway on approval of such highway by the California Highway 
Commission. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 14 — Read second time. 

April IS — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

162— Crowley, Jan. 19. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to regulate the working hours of employees engaged in selling, at retail, 
drugs and medicines, and compounding physicians' prescriptions, and providing 
a penalty for the violation thereof, and repealing all acts or parts of acts 
inconsistent with the provisions hereof. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. ' To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 19 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 20 — From printer. 

Mar. 25 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 26 — In Senate. To unfinished business. 

Mar. 27 — Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 13 — Vetoed by Governor. Veto sustained. 

163— West, Jan. 19. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 345 of the Civil Code, relating to extension of time of 

delinquent stock sale and notice thereof. 
Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 
Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Feb. 27 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 
Mar. 2 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

Notice given of motion to reconsider on the next legislative day by Senator 

Johnson, A. B. 
Mar. 3— Reconsideration lapsed. To Assembly. 
Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Corp. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 213. 

164— West, Jan. 19. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure, to be numbered 

690a, relating to property exempt from attachment and execution. 
Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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165 — Crowley, Jan. 19. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to add a new section to be numbered 21a to an act entitled "An act 
creating a State Commission on Voting Machines, denning their powers, and 
providing for their use at the option of indicated local authorities of voting 
machines for receiving and registering the vote of one or more precincts of any 
county, or city and county, city or town, at any or all elections held therein, 
and for ascertaining the immediate result of such elections ; and providing for 
the punishment of all violations of the provisions of this act," approved May 3, 
1923, relating to the use of voting machines. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, 
and third reading. 

Mar. 12 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, 
passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 12— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Elec, 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 10 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 336. 

166 — Chamberlin and West, Jan. 19. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add five new sections to the Penal Code to be numbered respectively 
601a, 6016, 601c, 601a" and 796, relating to injury or interference, by means 
of explosives or other means, to or with works used for supplying water for 
domestic use, and to instigating, or advocating such injury or interference, 
and the jurisdiction of conspiracies to violate and violations of said sections. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To commktee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

167 — Chamberlin and West, Jan. 19. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to provide for the appointment of special State police, with the powers 
of peace officers, for the protection of property belonging to or under the 
control of counties, cities and counties, cities, irrigation districts, municipal 
water districts, public utility districts or other political subdivisions or dis- 
tricts of the State of California. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

168 — Johnson, A. B., Jan. ,19. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to authorize the Board of Control to sell or lease in whole or in part the 
property known as the Pacific Colony, located near Pomona, in the county of 
Los Angeles. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

169 — Sample, Jan. 19. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4264 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries, 
fees and expenses of officers in counties of the fifth class. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 3 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 4 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice of motion to reconsider 
on next legislative day by Mr. Mueller. 

Mar. 16 — Motion to reconsider to next Legislative day. 

Mar. 17 — Reconsideration lapsed. To Senate. 

Mar. 18 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar. ''.0— Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 43. 



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170— Allen, Jan. 19. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code, to be numbered 65a, relating 
to campaign advertising. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

171— Kline, Jan. 19. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to amend section 5 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the manage- 
ment and control of the State Agricultural Society by the State," approved 
April 15, 1880, as amended, and adding a new section thereto, to be numbered 
2|, relating to the holding of State fairs and increasing the number of 
directors of the State Board of Agriculture. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

172—Kline, Jan. 19. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act authorizing the Director of Agriculture to establish and maintain a seed 

inspection service and laboratory in Los Angeles, and making an appropriation 

therefor. 
Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on Fin. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — From printer. 
April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Agr. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. 

173— Kline, Jan. 19. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act appropriating money for summer session courses for the College of Agri- 
culture of the University of California, at Riverside. 
Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

174— Allen, Jan. 19. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 3440 of the Civil Code, providing for the sale of stock 

of trade involved. 
Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

175— Lyon, Jan. 19. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to provide for the regulation and use of aircraft in the State of Cali- 
fornia ; to create a director of civil aeronautics, to define his powers and duties 
and to provide for the creation and organization of an aircraft department 
under his jurisdiction, to carry into effect the provisions of this act ; and to 
provide penalties for the violation of the provisions of this act, and to repeal 
an act entitled "An act concerning the registration, numbering, and use of 
aircraft, and the licensing of operators thereof," approved June 3, 1921. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 21 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 27 — Withdrawn from Com. on Gov. Eff., and re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 13— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second timo. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment, Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



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176 — Evans, Jan. 19. To Com. on Cons. 

An act appropriating $50,000 for the construction and maintenance of fire lanes 
and trails on the mountains composing the watersheds of Los Angeles County. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 21 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time, and re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 2G — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 30— Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first' time. To Com. on Cons. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass, and be re-referred to 
Com. on W. & M. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 275. 

177 — Lyon, Jan. 19. To Cora, on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 633, concerning 
the appointment by insurance companies of agents for the soliciting of appli- 
cations for fire or automobile insurance and the licensing of such agents, and 
providing license fees therefor. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 21 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

178 — Johnson, A. B., and Swing, Jan. 19. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act providing for the incorporation, government and management of metro- 
politan water districts, authorizing such districts to incur bonded debt and to 
acquire, construct, operate and manage works and property, providing for the 
taxation of property therein and the performance of certain functions relating 
thereto by officers of counties, providing for the addition of area thereto and 
the exclusion of area therefrom and authorizing municipal corporations to aid 
and participate in the incorporation of such districts. 

Jan. ]9 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 21 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 16 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. Re-referred to 
Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 17 — Read second time. Amended. Re-referred to Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 9 — From committee without recommendation as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Set for special order Wednesday, April 15. 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. I 

April 22— Read third time, passage refused. Notice of reconsideration given by 
Mr. Jones. 

April 23 — Reconsideration refused. 

179— Taylor (by request), Jan. 19. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1610 of the Political Code, relating to the powers of 

boards of school trustees. 
Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 21 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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180— Crowley, Jan. 19. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to provide an institution flor the confinement, cure, care, and rehabilita- 
tion of drug addicts to be known as the State Narcotic Hospital ; to provide 
for the government and maintenance thereof ; to provide for admission and 
commitment of such addicts, and to prescribe penalties for unlawfully or 
improperly contriving^to have persons adjudged drug addicts under this act; 
to provide penalties for procuring the escape, or aiding or advising in the 
escape of inmates, or concealing inmates thereof ; and to make an appro- 
priation therefor. 

Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 21 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com. on Fin. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 8 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

April 10 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 
approved. To Assembly. 

April 10— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. From committee with recommendation : 
Do pass as amended. Read second time. Amended. To printer, and third 
reading. From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

181 — Inman, Jan. 19. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 103 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to city 

justice courts. 
Jan. 19 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 21 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 12 — Recalled from Com. on Jud., and re-referred to Com. on Mun. Corp. 
Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 27 — From committee without recommendation. Re-referred to Com. on 

Mun. Corp. 
April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 6 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

182— Breed, Jan. 20. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

IAn act to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act relating to the doing 
of public work by day's labor or force account, except emergency and main- 
tenance work and work costing less than ten thousand dollars ; requiring the 
State Highway Engineer, State Engineer, the State Architect, county 
engineers, county surveyors, city and county engineers, county highway 
engineers, road commissioners, city engineers, commissioners of public works, 
superintendents of streets, harbor engineers, flood control engineers, and the 
engineers of any reclamation, irrigation or other districts, political subdivisions 
or agencies of the State directing, supervising or superintending such work, 
or in charge of the engineering for or in connection therewith, to keep the 
costs, prepare and file plans, specifications and estimates of cost, and, upon 
completion, prepare and file certificates of cost thereof ; and providing for the 
keeping of such plans, specifications and certificates as public records," 
approved June 21, 1923; and adding a new section thereto to be numbered 



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3, providing a penalty for violation of any of the provisions of said act 
relating to public officers and employees subject to the provisions hereof. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved; To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 15 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 140. 

183— Breed, Jan. 20. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act prohibiting the doing of any public work costing in excess of $5,000 
by day's labor or force account, except public work which is now authorized 
by law to be done by convict or prison labor or by patients, students or other 
inmates of any State institution or as maintenance work, miscellaneous 
repairs, alterations in and additions to existing buildings or work occasioned 
by emergency without advertising for bids, until bids therefor have first been 
invited, opened and rejected, should any bid or bids be received. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

184— Breed, Jan. 20. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend sections 7, 10, 11, 14, 15 and 20 of an act entitled ''An act 
to provide for the organization, incorporation, and government of municipal 
utility districts, authorizing such districts to incur bonded indebtedness for 
the acquisition and construction of works and property, and to levy and 
collect taxes to pay the principal and interest thereon." (Approved May 23, 
1921.) 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. Amended. To print. Re-referred to Com. on 
Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 9 — From printer. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. TJ. 

April 8 — From committee without recommendation. Re-referred to Com. on 
Mun. Corp. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 13 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



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185 — Breed, Jan. 20. To Com. on Cons. • 

An act to create the State Park Commission; to define its powers and duties; to 

make an appropriation therefor and to establish a contingent fund and a 

revolving fund. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April St — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 10 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 10— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Cons. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass, and be re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 

186— Ingram, Jan. 20. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4268 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries, 

fees a-nd compensation of county officers of the thirty-ninth class. 
Jan. 20— Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

"Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10/ — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 11 — Reported corfectJy engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 6 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto, 

187— Boggs, Jan. 20. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act requiring common carriers by rail to permit employees to secure eating 

and sleeping accommodations. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

188— Boggs, Jan. 20. To Com. on H. & A. 

An act to appropriate money for the purpose of transferring bodies from the 

old to the new cemetery of the State Hospital at Stockton. 
Jan. 20. — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Coin. 

on Fin. 
Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on H. & A. 
April 14 — From committee without recommendation. 
April 15 — Read second time. 
April 20 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 18 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 179. 



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189— Powers, Jan. 20. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4264 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries, 
fees and expenses of county officers of counties of the thirty-fifth class. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 3 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 4 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 5 — Referred to Senator Inman as a Committee of One to amend. 
Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 6 — From printer. 

Mar. 9 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 
approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 10— In Assembly. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

190_Powers, Jan. 20. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act requiring railways and railroad companies to reimburse employees for 

property losses sustained by moving terminals or division points. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

191— Powers, Jan. 20. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 737a?, 

relating to the salaries of the superior court judges in Shasta County. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

192— Boggs, Jan. 20. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 170 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to dis- 
qualification of judges. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Feb. 27 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 2 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 10 — Read second time. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 13 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Mar. IS — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
• Mar. 24 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 15. 

193— Maloney, Jan. 20. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act to provide for a day of 

rest from labor," approved February 27, 1893, relating to permission to work 

more than six days in seven. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation he re-referred to Com. on 

L. & C. Re-referred to Com. on L. & C. 
Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 26 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 27 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 31 — Amended. To print, and re-engrossment. 
April 1 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Read third time, passage refused. Notice given of motion to reconsider on the 

next legislative day by Senator Jones. 
April 3 — Reconsideration lapsed. 



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194— Johnson, M. B., Jan. 20. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act to add a new section to an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
organization of Junior College Districts and for the maintenance of Junior 
Colleges therein," approved May 27, 1921, relating to the annexation of a 
High School District or Union High School District to a Junior College 
District. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 19 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 20 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 20— In Assembly. To Com. on T. C. 

Mar. 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com. on Ed. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 8 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

195— Pedrotti, Jan. 20. To Com. on Elec. 

An act» to provide a means of distinguishing between similar names on the 

ballot. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22-— From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

196 — Murphy, Canepa, Crowley, Fellom, Gray, Maloney, Tubbs, and 
Johnson, M. B., Jan. 20. To Com. on C. & N, 

An act to aid commerce and navigation by authorizing certain improvements in 
and about Islais Creek and as a means thereof creating a reclamation district 
to be called and known as the "Islais Creek Reclamation District," fixing 
the boundaries thereof, providing for the management and control thereof, 
vesting certain powers therein, and authorizing a method for the reclamation 
of the lands of said District ; and to aid and assist such works of reclamation 
granting to the City and County of San Francisco and its successors any 
title of the State in or to any public highways lying in said District with 
certain reservations ; and dissolving any reclamation district wholly situate 
within the boundaries of said Islais Creek Reclamation District. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time.. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

Mar. 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 16— Read second time. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 17 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar. 26 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 42. 



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197— Hollister, Jan. 20. To Com. on D., S. & 0. L. 

An act to appropriate money to protect the banks of the Santa Ynez River, 

through what is commonly known as the Lompoc Valley, from erosion, by 

means of brush and rock work along the banks thereof. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee without recommendation. Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 10 — In Assembly. Read first^ime. To Com. on D., S. & O. L. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass, and be re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24: — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 

1.98— Baker, Jan. 20. To Com. on Jud. 

Anjact to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure, to be numbered 
1725, relative to the procedure in respect to the satisfaction on the records of 
mortgages of real property. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

199_Young, Jan. 20. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1203 of the Penal Code, relating to probation of 
persons arrested for crime, after plea or verdict of guilty and the suspending 
of the imposition or execution of sentence during the term of probation or 
the imposition of jail sentence or fine or both or other conditions to fit the 
crime in connection with probation, and the disposition of such accusation 
after full compliance with the terms of probation and providing for the 
creation of 'offices of adult probation officer, assistant adult probation officer 
and deputy adult probation officer and fixing their compensation and duties 
and providing for adult probation boards in said counties and cities and 
counties. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended and re-referred 

to Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 18 — Read second time. Amended. Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 
Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 8 — Read second time. Amended. 
April 18 — Read third time. Amended. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendmep'.s. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 

200— Pedrotti, Jan. 20. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 274 of the Code of Civil Procedure. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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201— Christian, Jan. 20. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An acl to amend section 101 of an act entitled "An act to regulate the practice 
of optometry ; to provide for the appointment of a Board of Optometry, define 
iis duties and powers and prescribing a penalty for the violation of this act," 
approved June 16, 1913, as amended, relating to the practice of optometry. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation: Be amended, and re-referred 
lo Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. — Read second time. Amended. Re-referred to Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. 9 — From printer. 

Mar. 18 — From committee without recommendation. 

Mar. 19 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 30 — From printer. Amended. To printer, re-engrossment, and third 
reading. 

Mar. 31 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 18 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 20 — From printer. Made special order for Tuesday, April 21, at 10 a.m. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice of reconsideration 
given by Mr. Levey. 

April 22 — Notice of reconsideration waived. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. Senate concurred in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 337. 

202 — Christian, Jan. 20. To Com. on Jud. 

An. act to amend the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and Safety Act 

of 1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24— -From committee without recommendation. 

203— Christian, Jan. 20. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and Safety Act of 

1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

204— Christian, Jan. 20. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and Safety Act of 

1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

205— Christian, Jan. 20. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to add a new section to be numbered 3£ to an act entitled "An act to 
allow unincorporated towns and villages to equip and maintain a fire depart- 
ment, and to assess and collect taxes from time to time for such purpose, and 
to create a board of fire commissioners," approved March 4, 1881, as amended, 
relating to the annexation of territory. 

Jan. 20— Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 17 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 19 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 







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206— Fellora, Jan. 20. To Cora, on L. & C. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act regulating private employment agencies, 
providing a license for the operation thereof and a fee therefor, providing 
forms of receipts and registers to be used and kept, prohibiting any charge 
for registering or filing application for help or employment, prohibiting 
dividing fees, providing for the refunding of fees and expenses in the event 
of failure to procure employment, and granting the commissioner of the 
Bureau of Labor Statistics the power to prescribe rules and regulations to 
carry out the purpose and intent of this act," approved June 3, 1913, as 
amended. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

207— Fellom, Jan. 20. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 2 of an act entitled "An act to provide for and 
regulate primary elections, and providing a method for choosing the delegates 
for political parties to State conventions and for nominating electors of 
President and Vice President of the United States, and providing for the 
election of party county central committees, and to repeal the act approved 
April 7, 1911, known as the Direct Primary Law, and also to repeal the 
act approved December 24, 1911, amending- sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 
22, 23, and 24 of the said Direct Primary Law, and also to repeal all other 
acts or parts of acts inconsistent with or in conflict with the provisions of 
this act," approved June 16, 1913, as amended, relating to the nomination 
of electors of President and Vice President of the United States. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

208 — Fellom, Jan. 20. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 1188 ot the Political Code, relating to the nomination 
of candidates and electors for President and Vice President of the United 
States otherwise than by primary election. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

209— Christian, Jan. 20. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure, to be numbered 

925a, relating to Justices' Courts. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Feb. 2G — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 3 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 5 — Referred to Senator Inman as a Committee of One to amend. Amended. 

To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 9 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, 

passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 10— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
Mar. 26 — From printer. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 2 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

210— Lewis, Jan. 20. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend sections 5 and 7 of an act entitled "An act to regulate the 
practice of pharmacy in the State of California, and to provide a penalty for 
the violation thereof ; and for the appointment of a board to be known as 
the California State Board of Pharmacy," approved March 20, 1905, as 
amended. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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211— Lewis, Jan. 20. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to establish a tax on income; to provide for its collection and to direct 

the distribution of the proceeds therefrom. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time; To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

212— Lyon, Jan. 20. To Com. on Mnfs. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code to be numbered 3536, relating to 
the sale of lubricating oils for internal combustion engines. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Oil I. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

Mar. 30 — Read third time, passed. Notice of reconsideration given by 
Mr. Adams. 

Mar. 31 — Reconsideration granted. Re-referred to Com. on Oil I. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 13 — From printer. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To unfinished business. 

April 22 — Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 
• 
213— Lyon, Jan. 20. To Com. on Mnfs. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code to be numbered 353a, relating 
to the sale of lubricating oils for internal combustion engines. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Oil I. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pas-. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 71. 

214— Lyon, Jan. 20. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend sections 1, 12, and 19 of an act entitled "An act regulating 
private employment agencies, providing for a license for the operation thereof 
and a fee therefor, providing forms of receipts and registers to be used and 
kept, prohibiting any charge for registering or filing application for help or 
employment, prohibiting the dividing of fees, providing for the refunding of 
fees and expenses in the event of failure to procure employment, and granting 
the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics the power to prescribe 
rules and regulations to carry out the purpose and intent of this act,'' 
approved June 3, 1913, as amended, and to add a new section to said act, to 
be numbered 12£, relating to the definition of employment agencies and fees 
of applicants, and for the collection thereof. 

Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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-Slater, Jan. 20. To Com. on Fin. 

An act making an appropriation for the restoration, care and upkeep of the 

Mission San Francisco del Solano. 
Jan. 20 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 10 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 214. 

216— Hurley, Jan. 21. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4232 of the Political Code, relating to the compensation 

of officers in counties of the third class. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 30 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 31 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 1 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 2 — Reported' correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 7 — Read second time. 

April 10 — Read third time, and amended. To printer. 
April 13 — From printer. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. Senate refused to concur in Assembly amendments. 

Assembly refuses to recede. To conference. To Committee on Free Conference. 
April 21 — Committee on Free Conference report adopted. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 338. 

217 — Ingram, Jan. 21. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating the sum of $1,300,000 for the erection and equipment of 

State buildings in the city of Sacramento for State purposes. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — From printer. 
April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, urgency clause adopted, 

passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 24 — Read third time, urgency clause adopted, passed, title approved. To 

Senate. 
April 24— In Senate. To unfinished business. 

218— Kline, Jan. 21. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to authorize the city of Riverside to sell certain lands dedicated for 
park purposes and to devote the proceeds thereof to the improvement of 
parks now existing in said city. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 23 — Re-referred to Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

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219— Kline, Jan. 21. To Com. on F. & G. 

An acl to add a new section to be known as section 22f to an act entitled "An 
act lo divide the State of California into fish and game districts and to repeal 
an act entitled "An act to divide the State of California into fish and game 
districts.' and to repeal an act entitled 'An act to divide the State of California 
into six fish and game districts/ approved March 21. 1911. and all acts or parts 
of acts inconsistent herewith," approved May 28, 1017. as amended. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 11 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 31 — From printer. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment, 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

220— Rush, Jan. 21. To Com. on D., S. & 0. L. 

An act to amend section 2 of an act entitled "An act creating a reclamation 
district to be called and known as 'Reclamation District No. 1500' ; providing 
for the management and control thereof and dissolving all levee districts, 
swamp land districts, and reclamation districts, lying wholly within the 
boundaries of said Reclamation District No. 1500 ; providing for the liquidation 
and winding up of said dissolved districts, and excluding from any levee 
district, swamp land district and reclamation district any land lying within 
the boundaries of said Reclamation District No. 1500," approved April 30, 
1913, as amended, relating to the election, appointment, powers, and duties 
of the trustees of said district, and relating to the management and control 
thereof. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

22,1— Johnson, A. B., Jan. 21. , To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act authorizing municipal corporations to discontinue the use of land for 
park purposes when the fee thereof is vested in the municipal^ corporat on, 
and authorizing the sale or other disposition of such lands. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From -committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
Notice given of motion to reconsider on the next legislative day by Senator 
Dennett. 

Mar. 25 — Reconsideration granted, unfinished business. Amended. To print, 
re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To re-engrossment. 

Mar. 27 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 31 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 13 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 99 

222— Johnson, A. B., Jan. 21. To Com. on M. V. 

An act to amend section 77 of "The California Vehicle Act," relating to 

registration fees. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 
Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Re-referred ^o Com. on M. V. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

223 — Johnson, A. B., Jan. 21. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act authorizing municipal corporations to discontinue the use of land for 
park purposes when the fee thereof is vested in the municipal corporation, 
and authorizing the sale or other disposition of such lauds. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. ** 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

224— Boggs, Jan. 21. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 11 of an act entitled "An act to be known as the 
Juvenile Court Law, and concerning persons under the age of twenty-one 
years; and in certain cases providing for their care, custody and main- 
tenance ; providing for the probationary treatment of such persons, and for 
the commitment of such persons to the Whittier State School and the 
Preston School of Industry, the California School for Girls, and other insti- 
tutions ; establishing probation officers and a probation committee to deal 
with such persons and fixing the salary thereof; providing for the establish- 
ment of detention homes for such persons; fixing the method of procedure 
, and treatment or commitment where crimes have been committed by such 
persons ; providing for the punishment of those guilty of offenses with refer- 
ence to such persons, and defining such crimes ; and repealing the* Juvenile 
Court Law, approved March 8, 1909, as amended by an act approved April 5, 
1911, and as amended by an act approved June 16, 1913, and all amendments 
thereof and all acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith," approved June 5, 
1915, as amended, relating to support of wards of the juvenile court. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. '24 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 25 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



K^ FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

225— Boggs, Jan. 21. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act authorizing the acceptance by the State Board of Harbor Commission- 
ers on behalf of the State of certain real property in the city and county of 
San Francisco bordering on Islais Creek Channel, and ratifying the act of 
said board in heretofore accepting conveyances of a portion of said property, 
and extending the jurisdiction of said board to the property so conveyed to 
the State. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. G — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 11— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

Mar. 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar 16 — Read second time. 

Mar. IT — Re^ad third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 17 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 13 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 55. 

226— Boggs, Jan. 21. To Com. on H. & A. 

An act to provide for the dedication by the State Board of Control to the use 
of the public for highway purposes of a strip of land 40 feet wide and 
approximately 1150 feet long, more particularly described hereinafter, and 
being a portion of the property vested in the Directors of State Insane 
Asylum of the State of California located in the city of Stockton (now 
known as the Stockton State Hospital), and adjoining a portion of North 
California street, a public highway in the city of Stockton, county of San 
Joaquin, State of California. 

Jan. .21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan.. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on H. & A. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 13 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar. 18 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Mar. 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 9. 

227— Boggs, Jan. 21. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act making an appropriation for the installation and maintenance of a 
permanent exhibit at the State Agricultural Grounds at Sacramento, Cali- 
fornia. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 
on Fin. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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228 — Crowley and Lyon, Jan. 21. To Com. on F : n. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of R. B. -Hah against the State 

of California. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Cora. 

on Fin. 
Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 16 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 
April 18 — Read second time. , 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 1 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 18 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 180. 

229— Powers, Jan. 21. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act declaring Peralta street from Seventh street to Pablo avenue in the 

city of Oakland, a State highway and making an appropriation therefor. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. ' 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 7— From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 8 — Read second time. Amended. To print. From printer. Re-referred 

to Com. on Fin. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 15 — Rend second time. To engrossment and third reading. 
April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 
April 22- — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 24 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

230 — Ingram, Jan. 21. To Com. on Fin. 

An act making an appropriation to meet the deficiency in the appropriation 
for emergency fund for the seventy-fifth and seventy-sixth fiscal years. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Jan. 23 — Withdrawn from committee. Made case urgency. Article IV, sec- 
tion 15 of constitution suspended. Read second time. Considered correctly 
engrossed. Read third time, urgency clause adopted. Passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Jan. 23 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. From committee 
with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Case of urgency. Constitution 
suspended. Read second time. Read third time, urgency clause adopted. 
Passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Jan. 23 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Jan. 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Jan. 27 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 4. 

231— Ingram, Jan. 21. To Com. on Fin. 

An act making an appropriation to meet a deficiency in the appropriation for 
transportation of insane and prisoners for the seventy-fifth and seventy-sixth 
fiscal years. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

Jan. 23 — Withdrawn from committee. Made case urgency. Article IV, sec- 
tion 15 of constitution suspended. Read second time. Considered correctly 
engrossed. Read third time. Urgency clause adopted Passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Jan. 23 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. From committee 
with recommendation : Do pass. Case of urgency. Constitution suspended. 
Read second time. Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed, title 
approved. To Senate. 

Jan. 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Jan. 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Feb. 2 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 6. 



102 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

232— Johnson, A. B., Jan. 21. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to appropriate money to pay the expense of making the exchaug<> ol 
certain lands as provided by chapter CCXXIX, Statutes of California. 1923. 

Jan. 21 — Head first time. To printer. 

.Lin. 22 — From printer. 

Fob. 24 — To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
lo Assembly. 

April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time To Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24— In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 215. 

233— Maloney, Jan. 21. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to require railroad companies to provide drinking water to emplovees 

on all locomotives and cabooses. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. , 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

234 — Inman, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1671 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to distri- 
bution of estates. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. - ■ 

April 24 — Frdm committee without recommendation. 

235 — Inman, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1039 of the Civil Code, relating to transfer of property. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

236 — Inman, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 671 of the Civil Code, relating to who may own 

property. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

237— Dennett, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to fix and quiet titles to rights of way reserved without limit of time 

or location. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

238— Dennett, Jan. 21. To Com. on Gov. Eff. m 

An act to amend the "Water Commission Act," approved June 16, 1913, as 

amended, by adding thereto a new section to be numbered 37f, relating to 

compensation and travel expenses of water masters. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 103 

239— Dennett, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jov. Eff. 

An act to amend an act known as tbe "Water Commission Act'' and entitled 
"An act to regulate the use of water which is subject to such control by 
State of California, and in that behalf creating a State Water Commission: 
specifying and providing for the appointment of the members of said com- 
mission : fixing the terms of office and compensation of the members of said 
commission ; fixing- the powers, duties and authority of said commission and 
its members ; providing for the filling of vacancies in the membership of said 
commission ; providing for the removal from office of the appointed members 
of said commission ; providing for the cooperation of courts with said com- 
mission : providing that certain courts shall take judicial notice of certain 
- of the State Water Commission; specifying the duties of all persons 
summoned as witnesses before said commission or any of its members; 
appropriating money for carrying out the provisions of this act: providing 
for the payment of the indebtedness and expenses of said commission, its 
members and employees; declaring what water is unappropriated; providing 
for the utilization of water and the works necessary to such utilization to 
the full capacity of streams or of such portion or portions of such capacity 
as the public good may require: declaring what water may be appropriate;!; 
declaring that the nonapplication fwr ten consecutive years of any portion 
of the waters of any stream to lands riparian ro such stream shall be con- 
clusive presumption that the use of such nonapplied water is not needed on 
said riparian lands for a useful or beneficial purpose ; declaring that such 
nonapplied water shall be deemed to be in the use of the State and subject to 
appropriation; declaring the duties of those who desire to appropriate water: 
declaring the periods for which water may be appropriated and the con- 
ditions under which water may be appropriated : providing for the payment 
of fees and charges by the applicants for permission to appropriate water 
and by the appropriators of water: providing for the ascertainment and 
adjudication of water rights ; providing for the bringing of actions by cer- 
tain persons, or. upon the direction of the State Water Commission, by the 
Attorney General, for the quieting of title to water rights; specifying certain 
duties of the claimants, possessors or users of water or water rights : declar- 
ing water rights forfeited under certain conditions; regulating the appro- 
priation of water; excepting cities, cities and counties, municipal water 
districts, irrigation districts and lighting districts from certain provisions of 
this act : defining certain words and terms used in this act : repealing all 
acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act: declaring how this act shall 
be known ; making legislative declaration concerning those parts of this act 
which may not be declared unconstitutional," approved .Tune 16, 101.''. as 
amended, by amending sections 7. 16, IT. 18, 19 and 30 thereof and by adding 
a new section thereto to be numbered 10a, relating to water investigations, 
records of diversion and use, and distribution of water. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 16— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 7 — Read second time. 

April 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 13 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 339. 



104 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

240— Harris, Jan. 21. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend sections 1665 and 1666 of the Political Code, relating to 

courses of study in the elementary schools. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 25 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 25 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 6 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 7 — From printer. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 276. 

241— Christian, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to regulate the signing of criminal bonds by professional bondsmen, their 
agents or representatives, to regulate the fees charged for professional bonds 
by professional bondsmen, their agents or representatives, and to provide 
penalties for the violation thereof. 

Jan. 21 — Read first tim«. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

242— Christian, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1570 of the Penal Code of the State of California. 

relating to the disposition of fines and forfeitures. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

243 — Christian, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1457 of the Penal Code of the State of California, 

relating to the disposition of fines, collected in police and justices' courts. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

244— Christian, Jan. 21. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 1188 of the Political Code, relating to -independent 

nominations. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 22- — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

245— West, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 791 of the Political Code of the State of California, 

relating to notaries public in counties of the second class. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 105 

246— Creighton, Jan. 21. To Cora, on R. & H. 

An act declaring and establishing a State highway between Bakersfield and 

Mojave in Kern County. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

247— Creighton, Jan. 21. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to amend section 15 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the organ- 
ization and government of irrigation districts, and to provide for the acquisi- 
tion and construction therebj' of works for the irrigation of the lands embraced 
within such districts, and, also, to provide for the distribution of water for 
irrigation purposes", approved March 31, 1897. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ir. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 27 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In ^Senate. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 277. 

248— Evans, Jan. 21. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626/ of the Penal Code, relating to the protection 

of game. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24: — From committee without recommendation. 

249 — Murphy and Harris, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure to be numbered 

1217a, relating to trial for contempt. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee without recommendation. 
Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 11 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 12 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 13 — From printer. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
April 24 — To unfinished business. 



106 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

250— Johnson, A. B., Jan. 21. To Com. on F. & G. 

Ad act to amend an act entitled "An act to conserve the fish supply in Cali- 
fornia by empowering the Fish and Game Commission to regulate and control 
the handling of fish or other fishery products for the purpose of preventing 
deterioration or waste ; to establish grades to which the fish or other fishery 
products offered for delivery to canners or preservers or to the fresh fish 
market must conform; to make regulations to insure the proper handling and 
delivery of fish or fishery products to canners, preservers or fresh fish dealers; 
lo regulate and control the use of fish or other fishery products for reduction 
purposes, and to provide penalties for any violation of any of the provisions 
of this act."' approved May 25, 1919, as amended. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation: Be amended. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. Re-referred to Com. on F. & G. 

Mar. 31 — From printer. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

April S — Read second time. Amended. To printer. Re-referred to Com. on 
F. & G. From printer. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third reading. 

April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 340. 

251 — Gray, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 3440 of the Civil Code, relating to transfers for benefit 

of creditors. 
Jan. 21 — Read first, time. To printer.- 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

252 — Sample, Jan. 21. To Com. on Fin. 

' An act making an appropriation for the construction of a suitable memorial 

hall commemorating the battle of San Pasrpual. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

253 — Sample, Jan. 21. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4041 of the Political Code, relating to the general 

powers of boards of supervisors. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 107 

254— Breed, Jan. 21. To Com. un Mun. Corp. 

An act confirming and validating the formation or organization of municipal 

utility districts and declaring the urgency of said act. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 
Mar. 6 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Re-referred to Com. on Mun. Corp. 
Mar. 9 — From printer. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, urgency cdau.se adopted, 

passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 16— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 
Mar. 30 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 31 — Read second time. 
April 8 — Read third time, urgency clause read and adopted, passed, title 

approved. To Senate. 
April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

255 — Breed, Jan. 21. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to validate and legalize all bonds heretofore issued and sold, or to be 
issued and sold by municipal utility districts where authority for such issuance 
has already been given by vote of not less than two-thirds of the electors of 
such districts voting at an election held for that purpose, and declaring the 
urgency of said act. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
Re-referred to Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 9 — From printer. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, urgency clause adopted, 
passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 16— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 30 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 31 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, urgency clause adopted, passed, title approved. To 
Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

256— Lyon, Jan. 21. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend the title of and to revise an act entitled "An act to provide 
for work in and upon highways, streets, avenues, lanes, courts, places and 
sidewalks in the unincorporated territory of counties and upon property and 
rights of way owned by counties and for establishing and changing the grades 
of highways, streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and 
providing for the issuance and payment of highway improvement bonds to 
represent certain assessments for the cost thereof, and providing a method for 
the payment of such bonds," approved June 3, 1921, and to include therein 
provisions for work in, under and upon and for establishing and changing the 
grades of highways, roads, streets, avenues, boulevards, lanes, alleys, courts, 
places and parks within municipalities, whenever necessary or proper to com- 
plete or connect with any work outside thereof, together with any of the same 
which may form the exterior boundary of a municipality, where such munici- 
pality joins unincorporated territory of the county, whether they lie wholly or 
partly within or without the boundaries of such municipality and in, under 
and upon any publicly owned property and rights of way, whether within or 
without a municipality ; for the issuance and payment of improvement bonds 
to represent certain assessments for the cost thereof and a method for the 



108 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

payment of such bonds ; for the formation, management and dissolution of 
districts to be assessed to pay the expenses of the maintenance and operation 
of improvements constructed hereunder, and the assessing, levying and collect- 
ing of special assessment taxes to pay such expenses ; and for county aid iu 
all of such work. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

257— Hurley, Jan. 21. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 11 of an act entitled "An act to be known as the 
Juvenile Court Law, and concerning persons under the age of 21 years ; and 
in certain cases providing for their care, custody and maintenance ; providing 
for the probationary treatment of such persons, and for the commitment of 
such persons to the Whittier State School and the Preston School of Industry, 
the California School for Girls, and other institutions ; establishing probation 
officers and a probation committee to deal with such persons and fixing the 
salary thereof ; providing for the establishment of detention homes for such 
persons ; fixing the method of procedure and treatment or commitment wher^ 
crimes have been committed by such persons, providing for the punishment of 
those guilty of offenses with reference to such persons, and defining such 
crimes ; and repealing the Juvenile Court Law approved March 8, 1909, as 
amended by an act approved April 5, 1911, and as amended by an act 
approved June 16, 1915, and all amendments thereof and all acts or parts 
of acts inconsistent herewith," approved June 5, 1913, as amended. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 16 — 'Read second time. Re-referred to Com. on Co. Gov. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

258— Allen, Jan. 21. To Com. on Ed. - 

An act providing for the study and teaching of honesty, kindness, justice, 
moral courage and humane education in (lie public schools of this Stale; 
providing for course of study in normal and training schools in connection 
therewith ; providing for duties of superintendent of public instruction and 
teacher in each public school ; and repealing all acts or parts of acts in 
conflict herewith. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13> — From committee with recommendation ; Be amended. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. To 
Com. on Ed. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 30 — Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred to Com. on Ed: 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 8 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time. Refused passage. 

259— Fellom, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 132 of the Civil Code, relating to final judgments 

granting divorces. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. Re-referred to 

Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print. From printer. Re-referred 

to Com. on Jud. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation, 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 109. 

260— Handy, Jan. 21. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend section 2196 of the Political Code, relating to the care and 
treatment of mental defectives in private sanitariums. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Referred to Senator Slater as a Committee of One to amend. 
Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 18 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 18— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice given of reconsider- 
ation by Miss Broughton. 

Mar. 30 — Reconsideration waived. To Senate. 

Mar. 31 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 3 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

lApril 13 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 62. 

261— Pedrotti, Jan. 21. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 10 of an act entitled "An act to provide for work in 
and upon streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks within 
municipalities and upon property and rights of way owned by municipalities, 
and for establishing and changing the grades of any such streets, avenues, 
lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and providing for the issuance and 
payment of street improvement bonds to represent certain assessments for 
the cost thereof, and providing a method for the payment of such bonds," 
approved April 7, 1911, as amended. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

262— Sample, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to increase the number of judges of the superior court of the State of 
California, in and for the county' of San Diego, to provide for the appointment 
of an additional judge and for his compensation. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 24 — Re-referred to Com. on Gov. Eff. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

263— Sample, Jan. 21. To Com. on Fin. 

An act authorizing the Board of Control to reconvey certain real property to 

L. B. Collins. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 



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264— Maloney, Jan. 21. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act defining and prohibiting blacklisting and unlawful interference with 
laborers, and providing for the punishment thereof and the recovery of 
damages therefor, and defining what shall be accepted as evidence in blacklist 
cases. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 25— From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 2(3 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 7 — Read third time., passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 8 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 

April 17 — From committee without recommendation. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time. Refused passage. Notice of reconsideration. 

April 22 — Reconsideration waived. 

265 — Boggs, Jan. 2.1. To Com. on Cons. 

An act to provide for the promotion, government, operation, dissolution and 
alteration of the boundaries of fire control districts in this State; for the 
acquisition of property thereby ; for the calling of elections in such districts ; 
for the assessment, levying, collection, custody and disbursement of taxes 
therein ; and for purposes incidental to the main purposes of this act. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

266 — Inman, Jan. 21. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code, to be numbered 368&, relating 

to the safe manning of railroad engines. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

267— Handy, Jan. 21. To fcom. on H. & A. 

An act appropriating money for the erection of buildings for patients requiring 
special or individual custodial care, for service connections and for furnishing 
and equipping the same at the Mendocino State Hospital. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 
on Fin. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

268— Sample, Jan. 21. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626i of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24- — From committee without recommendation. 

269— Sample, Jan. 21. To Com. on F. & G-. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code, to be numbered 626ee, relating 

to the protection of fish and game. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. • 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. Ill 

270— Handy, Jan. 21. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to provide for the sale of the sovereign lands of the State of California, 

lying within the United States meander linos of dear Lake, Lake County, 

that are susceptible of reclamation. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 34 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 28 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 25 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 25 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 216. 

271— Handy, Jan. 21. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 6286 of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 20 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 14 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 66. 

272— Handy, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure, to be numbered 
401, relating to the return of files of cases relating to real property and 
which have been transferred for trial, to the court in which the action was 
begun. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 27 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 14 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, and amended. To printer. 

April 21 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendment. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

273— Handy, Jan. 2,1. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626 of the Penal Code, relating to fish and game. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



L12 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

274— Handy, Jan. 21. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act creating a department of law enforcement ; providing for the appoint- 
ment of a commissioner of such department ; providing for the appointment "of 
deputies and employees of such department; prescribing their powers and 
duties ; fixing their compensation ; and prescribing the method of raising 
funds for such department. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 2-1 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

275— Lyon, Jan. 21. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act regulating tourist camps in or near cities of over 40,000. 

Jan. 21 — Read first tim% To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

276— Lyon, Jan. 21. To Com. on M. V. 

An act to amend sections 36a and 41 of "The California Vehicle Act," approved 

May 30, 1923, relating to the form of certificate of registration. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. » 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

277— Lyon, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act to establish a board of 
parole commissioners for the parole of, and government of paroled prisoners," 
and repealing an act to amend an act entitled "An act to establish a board 
, of parole commissioners for the parole of, and government of paroled pris- 
oners," approved March 23, 1893, as amended. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

278— Lyon, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 190 of the Penal Code, relating to murder in the second 

degree. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 12 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 14— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 15 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

279— Lyon, Jan. 21. To Com. on Pub. M. 

An act to amend section 330a of the Penal Code, relating to gambling. 

Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 23 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

280— Young, Jan. 21. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 632 of the Penal Code of the State of California, 

relating to the protection of fish. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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281— Ingram, Jan. 21. To Com. on Gov. Bff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 737ccc, 

relating to the salaries of superior court judges. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — Prom printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

282— Slater, Jan. 21. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of Victor Von Arx against the 

State of California. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

283— Maloney, Jan. 21. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 69 of the Civil Code, relating to the issuance of 

marriage licenses. 
Jan. 21 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 23 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

284— Breed, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act consenting to the condemnation by the City of Oakland of a right of way 
for the opening and extending of Clay street in such city through the Indus- 
trial Home for the Adult Blind and providing the procedure therefor. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

285— Breed, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act granting to the City of Oakland an easement for a public street and 
highway across the lands of the Industrial Home for the Adult Blind in said 
city and specifying the conditions and time of taking effect of such grant. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

286— Breed, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act authorizing the State Board of Control to grant to or consent to the 
condemnation by the city of Oakland of a right of way for a public street 
and highway over and across the lands of the Industrial Home for the Adult 
Blind. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

xVpril 1 — Reao" second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 20- — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

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114 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

287— Breed, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1241 of the Code, of Civil Procedure of the State of 
California, relating to proceedings in eminent domain. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To printer, re-engross- 
ment and third reading. 

April 1.5 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

April 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

^ I a y 21) — Pocket veto. 

288— Breed, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1243 of the Code of Civil Procedure of the State of 

California, relating to proceedings in eminent domain. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
. April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 10 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

289— Breed, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1240 of the Code of Civil Procedure of the State of 
California, relating to property which may be taken for public use in eminent 
domain proceedings. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

290— Breed. Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend sections 2 and 17 of an act entitled "An act to define real estate 
brokers and salesmen ; to provide for the regulation, supervision and licensing 
thereof ; to create a State Real Estate Department and the office of Real 
Estate Commissioner; to provide for the enforcement of said act and 
penalties for the violation thereof : and repealing an act entitled 'An act 
to define real estate brokers, agents, salesmen, solicitors ; to provide for 
the regulation, supervision, and licensing thereof: to create the office of Real 
Estate Commissioner; and making an appropriation therefor,' approved June 
1, 1917, and all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 115 

act," approved May 27, 1919, as amended, relating to definitions of real 
estate salesmen and brokers and penalties for violations of this aci. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 30— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 341. 

291— Breed, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act appropriating money to complete the construction of the trail in the. 

Sierra Nevada Mountains known as the "John Muir Trail" and laterals 

therefrom. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on Fin. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 
April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass, and be re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. 
April 23— From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 10 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 217. 

292— Crowley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Civil Code, to be numbered 1861&, relating 

to liens of keepers of hospitals and sanitariums. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

293— Crowley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 341a of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to the time 
for the commencement of actions other than for the recovery of real property. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

294— Breed, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend sections 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 16, 18, and 20 of an act entitled 
An act providing for the regulation and supervision of companies, brokers, 
agents and sales of securities, as the same are therein defined, and to prevent 
fraud in the sale of securities ; providing for the enforcement of said act and 
penalties for the violation thereof; and creating a State Corporation Depart- 
ment and the office of Commissioner of Corporations," approved May 18, 1917, 
as amended, and to add a new section to said act, to be numbered 3a, relating 
to the obtaining of brokers' permits. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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295— Crowley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code to be numbered 537$, relating 

to defrauding owners, keepers and managers of hospitals and sanitariums. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

296— Lewis, Jan. 22. To Com. on M. V. 

An act to provide for the registration, licensing and examination of persons 
engaging in the business of repairing motor vehicles ; providing rules and 
regulations therefor ; providing for the appointment of a motor vehicle 
mechanics' examining board and to provide a fund to be known as the 
motor vehicle board fund ; and prescribing penalties for the violation of the 
provisions hereof. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

297— Baker, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to establish the California Polytechnic 
School in the county of San Luis Obispo, and make an appropriation there- 
for," approved March 8, 1901. 

Jan. 22 — Read 'first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 4 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

298— Baker, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act making an appropriation for construction and equipment at California 

Polytechnic School or California Farm Institute. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. To Com. on Fin. 
Mar. 10 — From printer. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third 

reading. • 

April 16— -From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, 

passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

299— Hollister, Jan. 22. To Com. on Cons. 

An act regulating the building of camp fires ; authorizing the issuance of camp 
fire permits by certain officials and providing penalties for the violation of 
the provisions of said act. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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300— Ingram, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 439 of the Political Code, relating to employees in 

Controller's office. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Feb. 26 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. Reported 

correctly engrossed. 
Feb. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 2 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 
Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 7 — Read second time. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 13 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Mar. 18 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Mar. 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 10. 

301— Christian, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 3773 of the Political Code, relating to land sold for 

taxes. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
Mar. 4 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 5 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. 

Mar. 14 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 10 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Mar. 19 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Mar. 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 13. 

302— Creighton, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to amend the "California Water Storage District Act", approved June .'>, 
1921, as amended, by amending the title to said act and sections 5, S, 10, 11, 
12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 29, 34, 38, 44, 45, 47, 49, 60 and 64 
thereof, by adding a new section to be numbered 19a and relating to the 
reapportionment of assessments in case of the subdivision of lands, by adding 
19 new sections to be numbered sections 64a. 64ft, 64c, 64a", 64e, 64/, 64a, 64/t, 
64i, 64;', 64/c, 64J, 64m, 64n, 64o, 64p, 64a, and 64r, and relating to the 
inclusion and exclusion of lands in and from water storage districts and the 
manner and incidents thereof, and by adding a new section to be numbered 
64s and relating to the authority of guardians, executors and administrators 
to act as owners of title or evidence of title. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 
reading. 

Mar. 25 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 26 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 27 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ir. 



118 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

303— Swing, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 445 of the Political Code, relating to salaries of the 

Inheritance Tax Department. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on Fin. 
April 8 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 
April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 10— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 
April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on W. & M. To committee. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 278. 

304— Young, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to provide for the transportation of certain dependent children for whom 

proper homes are offered outside the State and making an appropriation 

therefor. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on Fin. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 
April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Cora. 

on W. & M. To committee. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 14 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 128. 

305— Boggs, Jan. 22, To Com. on D., S. & O, L. 

An act authorizing the transfer of all funds collected by any of the county 
treasurers of the State of California on assessments of the Sacramento 
drainage district, by said county treasurers to the reclamation board to vest in 
the Sacramento and San Joaquin drainage district, and authorizing the expen- 
diture of said funds for the benefit of the Sacramento and San Joaquin 
drainage district for general administrative purposes. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O. L. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 14 — Read second time. 

April 2 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 8 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 14 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 129. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 119 

306— Creighton, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act declaring and establishing a state highway between Bakersfield and 

Mojave, in Kern County. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

307— Creighton, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act providing for the organization, opera- 
tion, maintenance, and government of water storage districts, and for the 
acquisition, appropriation, diversion;' storage, conservation, and distribution 
of water for irrigation of lands in such districts, for drainage and reclamation 
connected therewith, and for the generation, disposition, and sale of hydro- 
electric energy developed incidental to such storage and distribution ; and for 
the acquisition of lands or rights therein and the acquisition, construction, 
operation, and maintenance of works to carry into effect the provisions of 
this act ; and conferring upon the State Engineer certain additfonal duties 
and powers in connection with the carrying out of the purposes of said act 
and providing for the appointment of directors to assist the State Engineer in 
so doing and defining such duties and powers ; and repealing the California 
Irrigation Act, approved June 4, 1915, and all acts amendatory thereof," 
approved June 3, 1921. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

308— Boggs, Jan. 22. To Com. on D., S. & 0. L. 

An act making an appropriation for the Calaveras River Flood Control Project 

of the city of Stockton. California. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on Fin. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 1— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O. L. 
April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 7 — Read second time. Re-referred to Com. oh W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

309— Powers, Jan. 22. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to amend sections 4149 and 4149a of the Political Code and to add to 
the Political Code a new section to be numbered 4149^/, relating to county 
live stock inspectors. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 5 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. S. & D. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. 

April G — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 7 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April! G — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto, 



120 FINAL CALENDAR OP LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

310— Slater, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code of the State of California 
to be numbered 1607a, and to provide for the custody and disbursement of 
funds arising from school activities not conducted at public expense. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 

April 3 — <From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 7 — From printer. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice of reconsideration by 
Mr. Little. 

April 10 — Reconsideration waived. To Senate. 

April 13 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

311— Slater, Jan. 22. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act to amend section 649 of the Civil Code and to add certain new sections 

to be known as sections 649a., 651a, 651 &, 651c and 651rf, relating to the 

incorporation of colleges and seminaries of learning. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 

to Com. on Univ. & T. C. 
Mar. 27 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. Re-referred to Com. on 

Univ. & T. C. 
Mar. 30 — -From printer. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on T. C. 
April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



SENATE FINAL TITSTORY. 121 

312— Powers, Jan. 22. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to amend section six of an act entitled "An act to protect domestic 
live stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of 
officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, to provide for the 
appointment of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled "An act to pro- 
tect domestic live stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to provide 
for the appointment and duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of 
this act, and to provide an appropriation therefor," approved March 18, 1889, 
as amended, approved June 3, 1921, and to add two new sections to be 
numbered 4a and 7 respectively, relating to the control and eradication of 
certain destructive infectious diseases of animals whenever discovered in this 
State; providing for the payment for animals and property destroyed in order 
to suppress certain destructive infectious diseases ; providing for penalties 
for violation of the provisions of this act, and declaring the urgency of said 
act. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 5 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. S. & D. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. 

April 1 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 2 — From printer. 

April 6 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 7 — From printer. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. Senate refuses to concur in Assembly amendments. To 
Committee on Conference. To Committee on Free Conference. 

April 10 — Committee on Free Conference report adopted. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 24 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

313_Boggs, Jan. 22. To Com. on D., S. & 0. L. 

An act approving the report of the California Debris Commission transmit tea 
to the Speaker of the House of Representatives by the Secretary of War od 
June 27, 1911, as modified by the report of California Debris Commission. 
dated January 5th, 1925, and providing the extent to which the State of 
California will contribute to the expense of executing the plan approved in 
sai] report, conditioned upon the United States assuming a corresponding 
obligation and further providing the purposes to which said expenditures made 
hereunder shall be applied. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
• Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. i — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. Referred to Senator Inman as a Com- 
mittee of One to amend. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assemblv. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O. L. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 14 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 2 — Re-referred to Com. on "W. & M. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 8 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 9 — From printer. 

April 10 — Made special order for Monday, April 20, 11 a.m. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 4 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 176. 



122 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

314— Boggs, Jan. 22. To Com. on D,. S. & 0. L. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to authorize the issuance and sale of 
bonds of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Drainage District based upon 
assessments levied by the reclamation board upon lands in said district," 
approved May 27, 1919, by adding one new section thereto to be numbered 
59, said new section relating to and authorizing the issuance of refunding 
bonds. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. G — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O. L. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 14 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 16 — From printer. 

April 2 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 8 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 342. 

315— Boggs, Jan. 22. To Com. on D., S. & 0. L. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act approving the report of the California 
Debris Commission transmitted to the Speaker of the House of Representa- 
tives by the Secretary of War on June 27, 1911, directing the approval of 
plans of reclamation along the Sacramento River or its tributaries or upon 
the swamp lands adjacent to said river, directing the State Engineer to pro- 
cure data and make surveys and examinations for the purpose of perfecting 
the plans contained in said report of the California Debris Commission and 
to make report thereof, making an appropriation to pay the expenses of such 
examination and surveys, and creating a reclamation board, and defining its 
powers," approved December 24. 1911, as amended, by amending sections 7. 
12. 13. 1.") and 32 thereof and by adding one new section thereto, to be 
numbered 37, said new section relating to the disposition and application to 
be made of certain moneys heretofore appropriated for controlling the floods, 
removing the debris and continuing the Improvement of the Sacramento 
River, California, in accordance with the report of the California Debris 
Commission, transmitted to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of 
the United States by the Secretary of War on June 27. 1911. in so far as 
said plan provides for the rectification and enlargement of river channels 
and the construction of weirs, if said moneys shall be reimbursed or released 
to the State of California by the Federal Government. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 
reading. 

Mar. 9— From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O. L. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 14 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 16 — From printer. 

April 2 — Re- referred to Com. on W. & M. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. m 

April 8 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 343. 






SENATE PINAL HISTORY. 123 

116— Dennett, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to establish a court of conciliation and provide for the jurisdiction 

thereof. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

317 — Dennett, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend the Code of Civil Procedure by amending section 1222, and 
by adding two new sections to be numbered respectively, 1223 and 1224, 
relative to contempts. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Feb. 27 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 2 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 5 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

318— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend the State Medical Practice Act by adding new section thereto, 
to be numbered section 11£, defining a legally chartered school for the teaching 
of the healing art ; relating to the incorporation, resources, equipment, facul- 
ties, and curricula of a legally chartered school to qualify applicants for a 
physician and surgeon certificate and a drugless practitioner certificate, and 
providing for the approval of such school or schools before incorporation and 
the incorporation and approval of any such existing schools by the State 
Board of Medical Examiners. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

319— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to regulate and safeguard the manufacture, sale, use, and distribution of 
lye and other caustic substances in containers for household use and other- 
wise in the State of California. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

320— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend section 4041 of the Political Code, relating to the general 

powers of boards of supervisors. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 26 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 27 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

Notice given of motion to reconsider on the next legislative day by Senator 

Dennett. 
Mar. 31 — Reconsideration lapsed. To Assembly. 

Mar. 31 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 13 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 21 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Mav 29 — Pocket veto. 






1:24 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

321— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act providing for the holding of an agricultural, citrus and deciduous fruit 
exhibition in the city and county of San Francisco, and making an appro- 
priation therefor. 

Jan. 22 — Head first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

322— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to provide for the licensing, inspection and regulation of the finding of 
homes for children or the placing of children in homes, by the State Board of 
Charities and Corrections, or by any inspection service approved and accred- 
ited by it; to. provide rules and regulations therefor; to authorize cities, 
counties, or other districts to establish inspection service and to authorize thp 
State Board of Charities and Corrections to approve and accredit such 
service ; to provide for the enforcement of this act ; to provide penalties for 
the violation of the provisions hereof. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

323 — Sample and Young, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act authorizing the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the State to call 
a conference of justices and judges of State courts and providing for an 
annual conference thereafter for the purpose of studying and promoting the 
best and most efficient method of administering the law in State courts, of 
coordinating the work of such courts and making an appropriation for 
carrying out the purposes of this act. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 

Com. on Fin. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April G — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

324— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to provide for the licensing, inspection and regulation of any institution, 
boarding home or other place for the reception and care of aged or infirm 
persons, by the State Board of Charities and Corrections or by an inspection 
service approved and accredited. by it; to provide rules and regulations there- 
for; to authorize counties, cities or other districts to establish inspection 
service and to authorize the State Board of Charities and Corrections to 
approve and accredit such service ; to provide for the enforcement of this 
act and to prescribe penalties for the violation of the provisions thereof. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 125 

325— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to amend section 224 of the Civil Code, relating to filing permits for the 

adoption of children. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 12 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 
Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 1 — Read, second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 2 — From printer. 

April 6 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 9 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 21) — Pocket veto. 

326 — Sample, Chamberlin, and West, Jan. 22. To Com. on Reapp. 

An act to amend sections 78 and 90 of the Political Code, relating to the division 

of the State into legislative districts and defining and establishing such districts 

and to repeal all acts in conflict with this act. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 

to Com. on Reapp. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 

to Com. on Reapp. 
April 10* — From committee, with amendments, without recommendation. 
April 13 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 14 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 15 — Made special order for Thursday at 11.30 a.m. 
April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Reapp. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Made special order for 

April' 22, at 10.30 a.m. 
April 22 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Passage 

refused. 

327— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act confirming, legalizing and validating a certain grant of land made by the 
city of San Diego to the United States for the use of the Navy Department. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 3 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 6 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Fed. R. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 344. 



126 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

328— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act confirming, legalizing aud validating a certain grant of land made by the 
city of San Diego to the United States for the use of the Navy Department. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 3 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 6 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Fed. R. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate". 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 34f>. 

329— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to add a new chapter to part III, title V of the Political Code to be 
numbered 6, embracing sections 2330 to 2347, inclusive, relating to the State 
Department of Public Welfare and its powers and duties, and repealing an 
act entitled "An act to create a State Board of Charities and Corrections, 
prescribing its duties and powers, and appropriating money therefor," approved 
March 25, 1903, as amended ; and repealing an act entitled ''An act providing 
for the supervision and control by the State Board of Charities and Correc- 
tions of the placing of dependent children in homes and for the supervision of 
all societies or organizations engaged in such work and known as 'children's 
home-finding societies,' " approved April 24, 1911 ; and repealing an act enti- 
tled "An act to provide for the licensing, inspection and regulation of maternity 
hospitals or lying-in asylums, and institutions, boarding houses, and homes for 
the reception and care of children, by the State Board of Charities and Correc- 
tions, and providing a penalty for the violation of the provisions of this act,'' 
approved April 23, 1913, and repealing an act entitled "An act making it the 
duty of the State Board of Charities and Corrections to prescribe forms of 
record for the use of county hospitals and almshouses, county jails, and city 
prisons ; and authorizing the board to furnish such records : and making the 
neglect or failure on the part of superintendents and jailors in charge thereof 
to keep such records a misdemeanor/' approved June 11, 1915. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 5 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. C. and C. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

Mar. 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 17 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Mar. 26 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Mar. 27 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 18. 

330— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. -on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626d, of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

331— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626e, of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 







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332— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626 of the Penal Code, relating to fish and game. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

333— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to amend section 594£ of the Political Code, relating to charitable, 

religious or benevolent societies. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 12 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 14 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 
Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1 — Read second time. 
April 3 — Re-referred to Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

334— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 176 of the "Juvenile Court Law", approved June 5, 
1915, as amended, relating to the filing of reports of the probation committee. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 9 — Re-referred to Com. on Pub. C. & C. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation: Do pa? f - 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 12 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 8 — Read second time. 

April 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 13 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 1 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 107. 

335— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1240 and section 1241 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 

relating to eminent domain. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

336— Handy, Slater and Nelson, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fin. 

An act providing for the appointment of a committee to investigate and report 
upon the economic, sanitary and educational conditions, needs and general 
welfare of the Indians of California, and appropriating the sum of $25,000 
to cover the cost of such investigation. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24? — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 24 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 



128 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

337 — Handy, Slater, and Nelson, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fin. 

An act making an appropriation for emergency relief of Indians in Caiifornia. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 31 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 2 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. To Com. on W. & M. From committee with recom- 
mendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 18 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 20 — From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 24 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

338— Baker, Jan. 22. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 628/ of the Penal Code, relating to the protection 

of fish. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

339— Baker, Jan. 22. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to conserve the fish supply of the State of California ; to regulate the 
use of fish for canning, packing, preserving, curing, and the manufacture of 
fish flour fit for human consumption, and the manufacture of fish meal or fish 
oil ; to empower the Fish and Game Commission to make an investigation of the 
abundance of sardines, anchovies and herring ; to empower the Fish and Game 
Commission to bring injunction proceedings in the name of the people restrain- 
ing the taking or using of any species of said fish showing depletion ; 
providing for the dissolving or modification of said injunction where there is 
no further danger of depletion. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

340— Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend section 2 of an act entitled "An act regulating the payment 
of wages earned in seasonal labor and prescribing the powers and duties 
of the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in relation thereto," 
approved May 28, 1913, relating to wages earned in seasonal labor. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read seccmd time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly 

April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 

341— Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to regulate employment where the work is to be performed outside of 

this state by persons hired within this state. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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342— West, Jan. £2. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend sections 8, 11, 12 and 25 of and to add a new section to be 
numbered 13a to an act entitled "An act to provide for the formation, govern- 
ment, operation, reorganization, dissolution and alteration of boundaries of 
sanitary districts in any part of the State, for the construction of sewers, 
septic tanks and other sanitary purposes ; the acquisition of property thereby ; 
the calling and conducting of elections in such districts ; the assessment, levy, 
collection, custody and disbursement of taxes therein ; the issuance and dis- 
posal of the bonds thereof and the determination of their validity and making 
provision for the payment of such bonds and the disposal of their proceeds : 
to empower sanitary boards to make and enforce sanitary regulations and 
providing penalties for violations thereof," approved May 17, 1923. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. ] 2 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. Amended. Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 30-^-Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 3 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 8 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 9 — From printer. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

343— Lewis, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 1608a\ to 
authorize the governing boards of school districts to rent, purchase or build 
and furnish school buildings to house employees of the school district. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time. Passage refused. Notice given of motion to recon- 
sider on the next legislative day by Senator Tubbs. 

Mar. 13 — Reconsideration lapsed. 

344— Lewis, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 1608e, to 
authorize the governing board of school districts to rent, purchase, or build, 
and furnish school buildings to house pupils or employees of the school 
districts. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 

April 14 — From committee without recommendation. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 21)— Pocket veto. 



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1 ; )<> FINAL ('ALKXI)AH OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

345 — West and Maloney, Jan. 22. . To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of the Board of State Harbor 

Commissioners against the State of California. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

346— West and Maloney, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of the cashier of the Board of 
State Harbor Commissioners of San Francisco against the State of California. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 3 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on TV. & M. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 20 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 21) — Pocket veto. 

347— Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend section 20 of an act entitled "An act to be known as the 
'Pure Milk Law' of California ; to prevent the sale of impure and unwhole- 
some milk, butter, ice cream and other milk products ; to provide for milk 
scoring contests ; to classify and grade milk ; to provide rules and regulations 
therefor, and to empower cities, groups of cities and counties, to establish 
milk inspection service ; to authorize the Department of Agriculture of the 
State of California to approve milk inspection service; to provide for the 
enforcement of this act; to prescribe penalties for violation of the provisions 
hereof; and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act," 
approved June 15, 1923, relating to dating milk containers or caps thereof. __ 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

348— Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 11 of an act entitled "An act to require certain higrh 
school districts to provide part-time educational opportunities in civic and 
vocational subjects for persons under eighteen years of age, who are not in 
attendance upon full-time day schools, and part-time educational opportunities 
in citizenship for persons under twenty-one years of age who can not ade- 
quately speak, read or write the English language : to enforce attendance upon 
such part-time classes where established, and provided penalties for violation 
of the provisions of this act," approved May 27. 1919. as amended, relating to 
certificates and permits to work issued to pupils in full-time day schools. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April &■ — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly.^ 

April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 13 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title amended. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. Senate refuses to concur in Assembly amendments. Assem- 
bly refuses to recede. To Committee on Conference. To Committee on Free 
Conference. 

April 22 — Committee on Free Conference report adopted. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 131 

-Dennett, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to provide for the purchase by the State of California of certain 
matured irrigation district bonds and coupons and to secure the State for the 
repayment thereof and to provide a method for securing such repayment, 
authorizing the State Irrigation District Bond Commission or other State 
authority authorized so to do, to take over the management and the control 
of the financial affairs of such districts and making an appropriation for such 
purpose. 

Jan, 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com. on Fin. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

350— Dennett, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ir. 

An act providing for the management of irrigation districts that are in arrears 

as to bond interest or principal. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 5 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 9 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ir. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

351— Swing, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the organization and 
supervision of courses in physical education in the elementary, secondary and 
normal schools of the State, and appropriating $10,000 therefor," approved 
May 26, 1917, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

352— Baker, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to -amend section 17346 of the Political Code, relating to the annexation 

of elementary school districts to high school districts. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 1 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 13 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title amended. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



132 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

353 — Dennett, Jan. 22. Without reference to committee. 

An act making an appropriation for the purpose of carrying out the provisions 
of an act entitled "An act creating a State Land Settlement Board and 
defining its powers and duties, and making an appropriation in aid of it* 
operations," approved June 1, 1917, as amended, and making the same an 
emergency measure. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. Made case urgency. Article IV, section 15 of con- 
stitution suspended. Read second time, and to third reading. Urgency clause 
adopted. Considered correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 
approved. To Assembly. 

Jan. 22 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

354— Powers, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act authorizing the State of California to exchange lots 10, 11, and 12 in 
block 4 of Diestelhorst's addition to the city of Redding, county of Shasta, 
State of California, for block 5 and lots 6 and 7 in block 6 of said Diestel- 
horst's addition to said city of Redding, approving the negotiations heretofore 
conducted by the California Highway Commission for the effecting of such 
exchange and authorizing the payment of money on such exchange. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 12 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title aporoved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 28 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 95. 

355— Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 5 of an act entitled "An act to provide for and regulate 
primary elections, and providing a method for choosing the delegates for 
political parties to State conventions and for nominating electors of President 
and Vice President of the United States, and providing for the election of 
party county central committees, and to repeal the act approved April 7, 19.11. 
known as the Direct Primary Law. and also to repeal the act approved 
December 24, 1911, amending sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 22, 23, and 24 of 
the said Direct Primary Law, and also to repeal all other acts or parts of 
acts inconsistent with or in conflict with the provisions of this act," approved 
June 16, 1913, as amended, relating to nominations. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

356— Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 1073 of the Political Code relating to elections. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 133 

357— Lyon (by request), Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for bridges across navigable 
streams and across estuaries, ponds, swamps or arms of bays that may be 
outside of the line of navigable waters," approved March 14, 1881, to provide 
for tolls thereon, the issuance of licenses therefor and the length of term 
thereof. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

358-iLyon (by request), Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to amend section 2167 of the Political Code, relating to confining alleged 

insane persons. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 8 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
April 16 — Re-referred to Com. on Pub. C. & C. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

359— West, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to appropriate money to pay the claim of Schwabacher-Frey Stationery 

Company against the State of California. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

360— Swing, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act authorizing and directing the California Highway Commission to acquire 
necessary rights of way, and to construct and maintain a highway, which is 
hereby declared to constitute and be a State highway, extending from Needles 
or from a point to be selected by the California Highway Commission upon 
the route of the State highway extending from San Bernardino to Needles in 
the county of San Bernardino to a point to be selected by the California High- 
way Commission on the boundary line between the State of California and the 
State of Arizona opposite the town of Topock. Arizona, or at such other point 
thereon as may be selected by said California Highway Commission. 

Jan. 22 — Read, first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 31 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 279. 



134 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

361— Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend sections 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 25, and 33 of an act entitled "An act to 
provide for and regulate primary elections, and providing a method for choosing 
the delegates for political parties to State conventions and for nominating 
electors for President and Vice President of the United States, and providing 
for the election of party county central committees ; and to repeal the act 
approved April 7, 1911, known as the Direct Primary Law; and also to repeal 
the. act approved December 24, 1911, amending sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 
22, 23 and 24 of the said Direct Primary Law ; and also to repeal all other 
acts or parts of acts inconsistent with or in conflict with the provisions of this 
act," approved June 16, 1913 ; and amended and approved May 29, 1917 ; and 
amended and approved April 8, 1919. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb". 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 16 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 17 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 
to Com. on Elec. 

Mar. 30 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 31 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third reading. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Elec. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 13 — From printer. 

April 20 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 21 — From printer. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

362— Taylor, Jan. 22. To Com. on Cons. 

An act to amend section 384 of the Penal Code, relating to fires. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading 
Mar. 5 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 9 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10 — From printer. To re-engrossment. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 

approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Cons. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 6 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 1 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 108. 

363— West, Jan. 22. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered section 

3664aa, relative to the taxation of public service corporations. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

364— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to repeal chapter I and articles I to VI, inclusive, of chapter II of title 
X of part IV, division III, of the Civil Code, and to add a new chapter I 
title X of part IV, division III, in place thereof, and to declare title XI 
part III of the Code of Civil Procedure in certain respects limited by s« 
new chapter I, and to amend article VII of chapter II of title X of part V 



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division III, of the Civil Code, by making said article VII, chapter II of 

title X of part IV, division III, of the Civil Code ; all relating to partnerships ; 

and to make the partnership law of the State of California uniform with 

the law of other states. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. . 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar, 31 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Apnl 2 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
ApriV 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

365 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to repeal chapter III of title X of part IV, division III, of the Civil 
Code, and to add a new chapter III of part IV, division III, in place thereof, 
all relating to limited partnerships, and to make the law relating to limited 
partnerships uniform with the law of other states. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — TO committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 2 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Read third 
time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24— In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

366— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act recognizing the right of the Supreme Court to adopt rules of procedure 

in civil and criminal causes, and declaring the effect thereof. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

367— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act creating a commission for the reform of criminal procedure and appro- 
priating funds therefor. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 
on Fin. 

April S— From committee, with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 10 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass, and be re-referred to 
Com. on W. & M. To committee. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time, and amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 34P>. 






136 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

368— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act amending sections 1246, 1247, 1247a, and 1252 of the Penal Code, all 
relating to the manner of taking, perfecting and hearing appeals in criminal 
cases. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. IS — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 19 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 20 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. r % 

Mar. 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 



369— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1973 of the Code of Civil Procedure, and to add to 
said Code a new section to be numbered 1973a, relating to agreements in 
writing. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 27 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 14 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 20 — From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

*• 

370— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to provide for the creation of a Commission on Uniform State Laws, 

the appointment of commissioners thereto. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 31 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 2 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 3— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

371— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 53 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to new 

trials. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 137 

372— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 427 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to the 

joinder of causes of action. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

373— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act amending section 438 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to counter- 
claims. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

374— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1048 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to the 

consolidation of actions. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

375— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 848 of the Code of Civil Procedure of the State of 

California, relating to the service of summons outside of the county. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

376— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure to be numbered 

1063, and relating to the trial of actions for declaratory relief. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

377— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure to be numbered 

1900a, relating to uniform proof of statutes. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

378— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act amending sections 378 and 430 of the Code of Civil Procedure, and to 
add new sections to the Code of Civil Procedure to be numbered 379a, and 
391, all relating to the joinder of parties to actions. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24— From committee without recommendation. 



138 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

379— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to repeal title I and title II of part IV of division III of the Civil 
Code; to repeal sections 1083, 1136, 1141, 1142, 3049, 3078, 3079, 3080, 
3308, 3309, 3310, 3311, 3312, 3313, and 3314 of said code ; to amend sections 
1612, 1613, 1624, 1689 and 3387 of said code ; to add a new title I of part IV 
of division III of said code in place thereof, consisting of sections 1721 to 
1800, both inclusive ; and to add a new section to said code to be known as 
section 1624a, all relating to sale of goods ; to amend section 36 of said code, 
relating to disaffirmance by minor; to amend section 658 of said code, 
relating to real property ; to amend section 660 of said code, relating to 
fixtures ; to add a new section to said code to be known as section 35a, 
relating to minors and to add three new sections to said code to be known 
as sections 1097, 1098 and 1099, relating to real property, and to make the 
law of sale of goods in the State of California uniform with the law of 
other states. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 27 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 14 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

380— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to amend the title and section 1 of an act entitled "An act to provide 
for work upon public roads, streets, avenues, boulevards, lanes and alleys, not 
within the territory of incorporated cities or towns ; for the incidental estab- 
lishment of grades thereof and the doing of work adjacent thereto which is 
incidental to the work thereon : for the issue of bonds representing the costs 
and expenses of said work : for the payment of said bonds by special assess- 
ment taxes raised in assessment districts, established for the purpose : and 
for county aid in such work," approved March 21, 1907, as amended, so as 
to include therein provisions for work upon streets, avenues, boulevards, 
lanes, alleys, courts, places, easements, rights of way and other public prop- 
erty in unincorporated territory and also within incorporated cities whenever 
necessary or proper to complete or connect with any work outside thereof ; 
for work upon streets, avenues, boulevards, lanes, alleys, courts, places, ease- 
ments, rights of way and other public property forming the exterior boun- 
daries of any municipality where such municipality joins unincorporated 
territory of a county whether partly or wholly within or without the boun- 
daries of such municipality : for the incidental establishment, change or 
separation of grades thereof, and for the inclusion of the territory of any 
incorporated city or cities within the assessment district. 

Jan. 22— Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. a , m 

Mar. 10 — From committee with amendments and recommends be re-referred to 
Com. on Co. Gov. Re-referred to Com. on Co. Gov. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, 
and third reading. 

Mar. 19 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 20— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 2G — From printer. 

April 2 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 3 — From printer. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 7 In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 18 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 181. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 139 

381— Boggs, Jan. 22. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4274 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries. 

fees and expenses of officers in counties of the forty-fifth class. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 1 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 14 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 67.- 

382— Crowley, Jan. 22. To Com. on H. & A. 

An act to amend section 1374 of the Penal Code, relating to expenses of persons 

committed to State hospitals. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 6— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on H. & A. 
April 14 — From committee without recommendation. 
April 15 — Read second time. 
April 18 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24* — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

383— Crowley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 4176 of the Political Code, relating to compensation for 

transportation of insane persons. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

384— Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new title to part 4 of division I of the Civil Code, to be known 
as title XXIV, consisting of sections numbered 653a6 to 653a/ inclusive, and 
relating to the formation of corporations to receive bequests, gifts, and dona- 
tions and administer the same. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 14 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 20 — From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 23— Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment, 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



140 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

385 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Corp. 

An act to amend section 290a\ of the Civil Code, relating to stock of corporation. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

386— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on D. S. & 0. L. 

An act to amend sections 6, 11, and 16 of an act entitled "An act to promote 
the drainage of wet, swamp and overflowed lands and to promote the public 
health in the communities in which they lie; providing for the issuance of 
bonds and levying of assessments on lands benefited ; to pay the cost and 
expense thereof," approved May 18, 1919, as amended and to add to said 
act a section relating to re-assessments, to be numbered 246. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 27 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O. L. 

April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 7 — Read second „time. 

April 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 13 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

387— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code to be numbered 4766, relating to 

the drawing and uttering of checks or drafts. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — -From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

388— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act repealing section 476a of the Penal Code, relating to the drawing 

and uttering of bank checks with intent to defraud. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

389— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to provide for the building of a pavilion in Exposition Park, in the city 
of Los Angeles, State of California, in which to exhibit the resources* of the 
State of California, and for holding all kinds of industrial exhibitions therein, 
and making an appropriation for the construction of said pavilion. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. »141 

390— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Corp. 

An act to amend section 361 of the Civil Code providing for the increasing or 

diminishing of the number of directors or trustees of a corporation. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 8 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Corp. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. . 
April 15 — Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 34. 

391— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 1165, requiring 

the display of the national flag over each voting place. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24-r-From committee without recommendation. 

392— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1618 of the Code of Civil Procedure relating to the 

compensation of executors and administrators. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 14 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

From printer. To engrossment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April IS — In Assembly. Read first time. To Cora, on Jud. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 22— Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 348. 

393— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend section 7 of an act entitled "An act to regulate the sale and 
use of poisons in the State of California and providing a penalty for the 
violation thereof," approved March 6, 1907, as amended, relating to poisons. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. IS — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 13 — Reported correctly enrolled. ' To Governor. 

April 13 — Vetoed by Governor. Veto sustained. 



142 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

394— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 15 of an act entitled "An act providing for the regula- 
tion and supervision of companies, brokers, agents, and sales of securities as 
the same are therein denned, and to prevent fraud in the sale of securities ; 
providing for the enforcement of said act and penalties for the violation 
thereof ; and creating a State Corporation Department and the office of Com- 
missioner of Corporations," approved May 18, 1917, as amended, relating to 
the salary of the Commissioner of Corporations. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 
on Fin. 

A pril 24— From committee without recommendation. 

395— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fin. 

An act making an appropriation to pay the claim of the First National Bank. 

of Los Angeles, against the State of California. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third reading. 
April 10 — From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, 

passed, title amended. To printer. From printer. To Assembly. 
April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
M«y 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 349. 

396— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of Tryon and Brown against the 

State of California. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

397— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 396 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to changing 

the place of trial. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 4 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 9 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

398— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 2043 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to the 

exclusion of witnesses. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
, Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 4 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 9 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 21 — Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 143 

399— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be known and numbered 
section 4041/f. relating to levy of a special tax for pension or retirement 
system purposes. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 6 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 7 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 8 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

400— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 412, and to repeal section 413 of the Political Code, 
relating to appointees of the Secretary of State and making an appropriation 
to pay the salaries of said appointees, not otherwise provided for during the 
seventy-seventh and seventy-eighth fiscal years. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 18^— From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 
on W. & M. To committee. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22— Approved by Governor. Chapter 280. 

401— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1313 of the Civil Code, relating to restrictions upon 

devises and bequests for charitable purposes. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation, 

402— Chamberlin,*Jan. 22. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act to provide for the establishment, organization and government of munic- 
ipal port districts ; for the acquisition and construction by municipal port 
districts of harbor works and improvements, and for the development, opera- 
tion, maintenance, control and management of harbors and other navigable 
waters therein ; for the regulation and promotion of commerce, navigation and 
fishery by municipal port districts ; for the incurring by such districts of 
bonded indebtedness for the acquisition and construction of such works and 
improvements, and for the levy and collection of taxes to pay the principal 
and interest on bonds and for carrying on the operations of such districts ; 
for the dissolution of port districts and prescribing the procedure therefor. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



144 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

403— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 24 of an act entitled "An act to divide the State of 
California into fish and game districts and to repeal an act entitled 'An 
act to divide the State of California into fish and game districts and to 
repeal an act entitled "An act to divide the State of California into six fish 
and game districts," approved March 21, 1911, and all acts or parts of acts 
inconsistent herewith,' approved May 15, 1915," approved May 28, 1917, 
relating to the boundaries of fish and game district four "B". 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

404— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to add a new section to be numbered section 467er to the Civil Code 
of the State of California, providing for and authorizing the construction of 

additional tracks by railroad corporations. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 15 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 16* — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. XL 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 158. 

405 — Chamberlain, Jan. 22. To Com. on Corp. 

An act to amend section 359 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to limita- 
tions affecting actions against directors or stockholders of corporations. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 8 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 10 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
April 13 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
April 14 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Corp. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 21 — Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



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L06 — Chamberlain, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to prohibit the solicitation of the business of collecting personal injury 
or death claims arising within this State, with the intention of instituting suit 
thereon outside of this State, and to prohibit the promotion or prosecution of 
such suits, and to provide a penalty for a violation of this act. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 19 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 14 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

407— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act- to amend the title and sections 1 and 2 of an act entitled "An act 
authorizing counties to improve or assist in the improvement of streets lying 
in municipalities," approved April 30, 1923, amending the provisions thereof 
relative to the aid to be given by counties in the improvement of city streets 
and relative to the funds from which such aid may be given. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on 
Mun. Corp. Re-referred. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

April 2 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 3 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 30 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 103. 

408 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend sections 2, 4, 5, 10, 16 and 30 of an act entitled "An act to 
provide for the laying out, opening, extending, widening, or straightening, in 
whole or in part, of public streets, squares, lanes, alleys, courts, and places 
within municipalities, for the condemnation of property necessary or con- 
venient for such purposes, and for the establishment of assessment districts 
and the assessment of property therein to pay the expense of such improve- 
ment," approved March 24, 1903, as amended, relative to maps, to the con- 
tribution by the municipality to the expense of the improvement, the overruling 
of protests, condemnation proceedings, the date of valuation and the payment 
of compensation. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on 
Mun. Corp. Re-referred. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Ma-. 23 — Read second time. 

April 2— Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 3 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 30 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 104. 

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14() FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

409— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mnn. Corp. 

An act to amend the title and section 1 of an act entitled "An act to provide for 
work in and upon streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks 
within municipalities, and upon property and rights of way owned by munici- 
palities, and for establishing and changing the grades of any such streets, 
avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and providing for the 
issuance and payment of street improvement bonds to represent certain assess- 
ments for the cost thereof and providing a method for the payment of such 
bonds," approved April 7, 1911,- as amended, so as to permit the improvement 
of rights of way and property of which a municipality has possession. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on 
Mun. Corp. Re-referred. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

•Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

April 2 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 3 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 30 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 105. 

410— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mnn. Corp. 

An act to authorize and empower legislative bodies of municipal corporations to 
establish, maintain, use and reimburse revolving funds in connection with or 
incident to the laying out, construction or improvement of streets or other 
public work or the acquisition of lands, rights of way or other property 
necessary therefor. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on 
Mun. Corp. Re-referred. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 1 — From printer. 

April 2 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 3 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 30 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 106. 

411— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend sections 21, 23, 25 and 62 of an act entitled "An act to provide 
for work in and upon streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and side- 
walks within municipalities, and for establishing and changing the grades of 
any such streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and 
providing for the issuance and payment of street improvement bonds to repre- 
sent certain assessments for the cost thereof and providing a method for the 
payment of such bonds," approved April 7, 1911, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be re- referred to Com. on 
Mun. Corp. Re-referred. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 147 



412— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 79 of an act entitled "An act to provide for work 
in and upon streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, couits, places and sidewalks within 
municipalities, and upon property and rights of way owned by municipalities, 
and for establishing and changing the grades of any such streets, avenues, 
lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and providing for the issuance and 
payment of street improvement bonds to represent certain assessments for 
the costs thereof and providing a method for the payment of such bonds," 
approved April 7, 1911, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on 
Mun. Corp. Re-referred. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

413 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 453* of the Civil Code, relating to the guarantee fund 

and investments of title insurance corporations. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — -To committee. 

414 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An ar-t to add a new section to the Civil Code to be numbered 453/i/j, defining 
and regulating the business of land value insurance, declaring the conditions 
on which land value insurance may be done and providing penalties fa 1 
violation of the provisions of this act. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amended. Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 10 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ins. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 18 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 182. 

415 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code to be numbered 5066, relative to 

embezzlement by insurance agents and brokers. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 31 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 2 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ins. 
April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 18 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 183. 



148 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

416 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ins. 

An act relative to and regulating 1 the business of insurance. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

417— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to provide for the credit on forthcoming taxes of certain life insurance 
companies of taxes heretofore erroneously collected from said insurance 
companies under the provisions of section 13 of article XIV of the consti- 
tution of the State of California. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

418— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Corp. 

Au act to amend section 591 of the Civil Code, relating to corporations for the 
formation of chambers of commerce, boards of trade, mechanics' institutes, 
and other kindred associations. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 12 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Corp. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 218. 

419 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Corp. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to provide for and regulate the 
issuance of stock without nominal or par value by public utility corporations 
now existing or hereafter organized.'' approved May 31, 1917. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 8 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 14: — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 150. 

420— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 4136, pro- 
viding for the appointment of a corporation secretary by the Secretary of 
State, defining his duties and fixing his salary. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 









SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 149 

L— Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 413a, pro- 
viding for the appointment of an election statistician by the Secretary of 
State, defining his- duties and fixing his salary. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

/an. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

422— Jones, Jan. 22. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to promote the development of the California fruit, nut and 
vegetable industry in the State and interstate markets and to protect the 
State's reputation in these markets and establishing standards and standard 
packages for certain fruits, nuts and vegetables specified herein, and to 
prevent deception in the packing and sale of fruits, nuts and vegetables, to 
provide for the certification of fruits and vegetables and to provide for the 
payment of fees, to prescribe penalties for violation of the provisions hereof 
and to repeal the "California Fruit and Vegetable Standardization Act," 
approved June 3, 1921. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 12 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Agr. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 1 — From printer. 

April 6 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 13 — Read second time. 

April IS — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 20 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 28 — In Senate. Senate concurred in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 350. 

423— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure, to be numbered 
1206a, giving to those who file preferred labor claims under attachments or 
executions not founded upon a claim for labor a lien upon the property 
attached, providing for methods of enforcing such liens, providing for a lien 
by the officer who levies the writ for his keeper's and storage fees during a 
ten-day period after release of the attachment or execution and for methods 
of enforcing same, and requiring the said officer to mail notice to all those 
who have filed preferred claims whenever any attachment or execution is 
released, advising them of such release and of the fact that their liens on 
the property in the possession of the said officer terminate unless they bring 
attachment actions to protect same wKhin ten days. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

424— Sample, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Civil Code, to be numbered 3057a, making an 
officer who levies an attachment on personal property liable for work done 
thereon or in connection therewith. 

Jan. 22— Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



150 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

425— Dennett, Jan. 22. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 1188 of the Political Code, relative to the nomination of 

candidates otherwise than by primary election. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 25 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Elec. 

426— Inman, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act providing for the manufacture, distribution, use and sale of cement and 
cement products by the department of public works of the State of California , 
defining the powers and duties of said board relative thereto, making an 
appropriation to carry out the purposes of this act and authorizing the use 
of convict labor in the manufacture and distribution of said cement and 
cement products ; providing for the compensation of such convict labor : 
regulating the handling of such convict labor ; providing for the payment of 
compensation to the dependents of such convicts ; providing for a forfeiture 
of snch compensation ; providing for creation of prisoners' recreation and 
educational fund ; providing for manner of payment of compensation to 
such convicts upon release on parole or release or discharge from prison ; 
authorizing an allowance of extra good time credits for such labor ; providing 
penalties for interference with such convict labor. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

427 — Ingram, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 597 of the Political Code, relating to the examination 

of insurance companies. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 30 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ins. 
April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 10 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 

428— Powers, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1610J of the Political Code, relating to high schools in 

remote elementary school districts. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

429— Powers, Jan. 22. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to amend section 4149a of the Political Code, relating to the duties of 

the County Live Stock Inspector. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation, 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 151 

430— Tubbs (by request), Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to amend section 71 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the organ- 
ization of the Railroad Commission, to define its powers and duties and the 
rights, remedies, powers and duties of public utilities and their officers, and 
the rights and remedies of patrons of public utilities, and to provide penalties 
for offenses by public utilities, their officers, agents and employees and by 
other persons and corporations, creating the 'Railroad Commission Fund' and 
appropriating the moneys therein to carry out the provisions of this act, and 
repealing title XV of part IV of division I of the Civil Code and all acts and 
parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act," approved April 23, 
1915, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

431 — Inman, Jan. 22. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 10/ of the "Juvenile Court Law."' approved June 5, 
191"). as amended, relating to the salaries of the probation officer and 
assistants and clerks in counties of the seventh class. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 8 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 9 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctty engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 13 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 127. 

432— Inman, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to regulate the use of property and the operation of places of business 
surrounding public school buildings and prescribing penalties for the violation 
thereof. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar., 1?, — From committee with recommendation: Be amended, and re-referred 

to Com. on Ed. 
Mar. 10 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 

to Com. on Ed. 
April 10 — From committee without recommendation as amended. 
April 13 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third reading. 
April 15 — From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print. 
April 16 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, 

passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



152 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

433— Swing, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure, to be numbered 
1054a, relating to the postponement of a trial and the extension of time within 
which an act is to be done when the attorney of record in or the party to 
any action is in attendance upon a session of the Legislature as a member 
thereof. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third readiDg. 

Mar. 12 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 1(3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 7 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

434r— Murphy, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act regulating private trade schools, providing for a license for the opera- 
tion thereof and a fee therefor, and a bond, providing for the proper equip- 
ment and fgr refunds of tuition where courses are not taken, prohibiting mis- 
leading advertisements and false representations and promises, providing for 
registers, receipts, diplomas and prescribed courses of instruction, providing 
for supervision of such schools by the Commissioner of Labor and granting 
to the said commissioner the power to revoke or refuse to grant licenses and 
to prescribe rules and regulations to carry out the purposes and intent of 
this act, and providing penalties for violations of this act. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 
to Com. on Ed. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 
to Com. on Ed. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 6 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 7 — From printer. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

435 — Maloney, Jan. 22. To Com. on Civ. Ser. 

An act to provide for a Saturday half-holiday for civil service employees of 
the State Board of Harbor Commissioners of the State of California, except- 
ing watchman, and providing penalties for the violation thereof. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer: 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 153 

[36 — Fellom, Jan. 22. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 1096a, of the Political Code, relating to declaration 
of political party, affiliation, and affidavit. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 31 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 8 — Read third time. Passage refused. Notice given of motion to recon- 
sider on the next legislative day by Senator Fellom. 

April 9^ — Reconsideration lapsed. 

437— Fellom, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to authorize the State Highway Commission to cooperate with the 
Federal Bureau of Public Roads in numbering and marking the road of inter- 
state character. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 12 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 14 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 18 — Read second time. Amended.. To printer. 

April 20 — From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

438— Kline, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act declaring the public highway extending from the city of El Centro to 

the city of Calexico in Imperial County to be a State highway. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 26 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 
April 13 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 
April 14: — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 24 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

439-Kline, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act authorizing and directing the California Highway Commission to lake 
over and maintain the present State highway from Shaver's Wells by way 
of Mecca to Coachella and fixing the route of such highway and declaring 
such highway to be a State highway. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb, 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R, & H. 

April 13- — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 14 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, 'title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 



154 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

440— Gates, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act providing for the comprehensive study of the grade crossings oi State 
highways in the State of California; providing for the appointment of an 
advisory committee to cooperate in making a study for the purpose of making 
a recommendation for the elimination or reduction of grade crossings, and 
for a policy for financing the construction of subway crossings. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

441— Gates, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 737s, relating 

to salaries of the superior judges of Yuba County. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

442— Gates, Jan. 22. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4209 of the Political Code, relating to salaries of officers 

in counties of the fortieth class. • \ 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 3 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 4 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 5 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
Mar. ]0 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. 
Mar. 13 — Re-referred to Com. on Co. Gov. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
Mar. 31 — From printer. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment, 
ipril 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Jlay 29 — Pocket veto. 

443— Handy, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act providing for the taking over by the State of California of a certain road 
in the county of Mendocino and declaring the same to be a State highway 
and for the maintenance and improvement of the same as a State road or State 
highway, and authorizing the Board of Supervisors of Mendocino County to 
convey said road to the State of California. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 351. 

444— Handy, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 738c, relating 

to the salary of the superior judge of Lake County. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee, 
^pril 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 155 

445— Handy, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Bff. 

An act to amend article Ug of chapter III of title I of part III of the Political 
Code embracing sections 366 to 366e, both inclusive, relating to a Department 
of Institutions. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

446_Handy, Jan. 22. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act providing for the taking over by the State of California of a certain 
road in the county of Lake and .declaring the same to be a State highway 
and for the maintenance and improvement of the same as a State road or 
State highway and authorizing the board of supervisors of Lake County to 
convey said road to the State of California. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assen^bly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

447— Christian, Jan. 22. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 1142 of the Political Code, relating to boards of 

election, appointment and duties of election officers. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 17 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Elec. 
April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 13 — From printer. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

448— Christian, Jan. 22. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4313 of the Political Code, relating to absence of 

county and township officers from the State. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 16 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 6 — Read second time. 

April 7- — Read third time, and amended. To printer. 
April 8< — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



156 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

449— Christian, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act regulating headlights on all locomo- 
tives, and providing a penalty for violation of the provisions of this act," 
approved June 4, 1913. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

450— Christian, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act prescribing a certain kind of water 
glass for use on steam locomotives; providing a penalty for neglect to use 
such glass," approved May 25, 1915. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

451— Christian, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to require railroad companies operat- 
ing within any pert of this State to provide and equip certain engine cabs 
with handrails and footboards for the safety and protection of railroad 
employees ; and providing a penalty for the violation thereof," approved 
June 3, 1921. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

452— Christian, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to provide for the equipment of steam 

locomotives with automatic bell-ringing devices," approved June 1, 1917. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

453— Christian, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to require railroad companies when 
operating engines accompanied by tenders of insufficient clearance between the 
overhang of the roof of the cab and the top of the tender to provide a safe 
clearance by cutting out an opening in the overhanging roof of the cab so as 
to enable the engineman safely to go from the cab of the engine to the top of 
the tender ; and providing a penalty for the violation thereof," approved 
June 3, 1921. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer.. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

454 — Christian, Jan 22. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 3649 of the Political Code, relating to the assessment 

of escaped property. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 17 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved.' 

Notice given of motion to reconsider on the next legislative day by Senatoi 

Dennett. 
Mar. 20 — Reconsideration granted. Read. Refused passage. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 157 

55— Crowley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend sections 1, »;. 7. s and 9 of an act entitled "An act to regu- 
late the practice of pharmacy in the Stale of California, and to provide a 
penalty for the violation thereof; and for the appointment of a board to 
be known as the California State Board of Pharmacy," approved March 
20, 1905, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 16 — Re-referred to Com. on Fins 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time, and to third reading. 

April 2 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assemblv. 

April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24-— In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

456— Crowley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to amend section 607e of the Civil Code of the State of California. 

relating to societies for the prevention of cruelty to children and animals. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 
April 23 — From committee without recommendation. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time. Refused passage. 

457— Crowley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1208 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to liens 

upon animals. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

458— Crowley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to amend section G07d of the Civil Code, relating to societies for the 

prevention of cruelty to children and animals. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April G — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 
April 23 — From committee without recommendation. Read second, time. 
April 24 — Read third time. Refused passage. 

459— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend section 3756 of the Political Code, relating to taxation. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



158 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

460— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend section 374G of the Political Code, relating to dates when taxes 

become due. ^ 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb: 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

46,1— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend section 3797 of the Political Code, relating to taxation. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

462— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend section 3764 of the Political Code, relating to taxation. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

463 — Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend section 3762 of the Political Code, relating to taxation. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

464— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend section 3759 of the Political Code, relating to taxation. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

465— Canepa, Jan. 22. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend section 3758 of the Political Code, relating to taxation. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

466 — Inman, Jan. 22. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4041 of the Political Code, relating to the general 

powers of Boards of Supervisors. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 16 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read tbird time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 18— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 30 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 31 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



SENATE PINAL HISTORY. 159 

467— Inman, Jan. 22. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 4 of the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and 
Safety Act of 1917", approved May 23, 1917, as amended, relating to the 
power and duty of the Commission to furnish legal and medical advice and 
assistance to applicants in prosecuting their claims before the Commission or 
the courts. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

468— Taylor, Jan. 22. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act making an appropriation for research work as to citrus byproducts b> 

the University of California. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on Fin. 
April 8— From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24: — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

469— Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money for the construction of an administration building 
and equipment of the same, and to provide housing units and for support and 
salaries, of the California Industrial Farm and Prison for Women. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

470— Young, Jan. 22. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend section 7 of an act entitled "An act to be known as the Child 
Labor Law, and regulating the employment, hours, kinds and conditions of 
labor of children ; providing for the administration and enforcement of the 
provisions of this act by the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 
providing penalties for the violation hereof and repealing all acts and parts of 
acts inconsistent herewith," approved May 10, 1U19, relating to the penalty 
for violating the act, disposition of fines, reports and evidence as to illegal 
employment, so as to make proof that any defendant was the manager or 
superintendent of any place of employment subject to the provisions of the 
act at the time any minor is alleged to have been employed therein in violation 
thereof prima facie evidence that the said defendant employed and suffered and 
permitted the said minor to so work and to make the sworn statement of the 
Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics or his deputies or agents as to 
the age of any child affected by this act, prima facie evidence of the age of 
such child. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. G — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — From printer. 

Mar. 11 — To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, 
passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly, Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — -Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 1 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 12 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 123. 



160 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

471— Young, Jan. 22. To Com. on L. & C. 

Au act to amend an act entitled "An act to be known as the Child Labor Law, 
and regulating the employment, hours, kinds and conditions of labor of 
children ; providing for the administration and enforcement of the provisions 
of this act by the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, provid- 
ing penalties for the violation hereof and repealing all acts and parts of acts 
inconsistent herewith," approved May 10, 1919, by amending section 5 thereof, 
relating to minors employed in agricultural, horticultural, viticultural and 
domestic labor and in places of amusement, so as to prohibit the employ- 
ment of minors under the age of 12 years in any performance, concert or 
entertainment, except church, school, lodge or charity entertainments, and 
except in dramas and legitimate plays with the written consent of the Com- 
missioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and to require a permit from 
said commissioner for the employment of any minor 12 years of age or over 
in any other performance, concert or entertainment. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, 
and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. Amended^ To printer. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 15 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 141. 

472— Maloney, Jan. 22. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to prohibit the employment of aliens by contractors and subcontractors 
on public work being done under the authority of the State, or any officer 
or department thereof, or under the authority of any county, city and county, 
city, or town, or any officer or department thereof, except in cases of extra- 
ordinary emergency, caused by fire, flood, or danger to life or property, or 
except to work upon public military or naval defenses or works in time of 
war, and except when it can be, shown to the satisfaction of the proper con- 
stituted authorities that at the time of employment citizens of this State and 
of the United States were not available for employment, providing that where 
citizens are unavailable for employment and aliens are employed and citizens 
later become available, they shall be given the positions held by the non- 
citizens, and providing penalties for the violation of any of the provisions 
hereof. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 25 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title read and approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 161 

-Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 9 of an act entitled "An- act to provide Cor the estab- 
lishment and change of grade of public streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, 
places and rights of way forming the exterior boundaries of any municipality, 
whether partly or wholly within or without said boundaries, or extending into 
the territory of two or more municipalities or extending into the territory of 
one or more municipalities, and unincorporated territory, and providing for 
work upon the improvement thereof, and providing for the construction of 
sanitary and storm sewers, drains, and drainage systems, together with any 
and all appurtenances and appurtenant work in connection with any of such 
work or improvements ; to assess the whole or any portion of the costs and 
expenses thereof upon private property, and to provide for a system of local 
improvement bonds to represent the assessments for such costs and expenses 
and for the payment and effect of such bonds", approved April 21, 1911, as 
amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

Mar. 25 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 26 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 1 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 13 — Vetoed by Governor. Veto sustained. 

474 — Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 20 of an act entitled "An act to provide for work in 
and upon streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks within 
municipalities, and upon property and rights of way owned by municipalities, 
and for establishing and changing the grades of any such streets, avenues, 
lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and providing for the issuance 
and payment of street improvement bonds to represent certain assessments 
for the cost thereof and providing a method for the payment of such bonds." 
approved April 7, 1911, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 2(3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 27 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Corp. 

April 2 — Re-referred to Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate 

April 9 — In Senate, To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 281. 

475— Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend s-ection 1608 of the Political Code, relative to the powers and 
duties of boards of school trustees and cfty boards of education, approved 
May 18, 1917, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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162 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

476 — Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An acl to amend sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, and 11 of an act entitled "An act 
to provide for the formation of districts within municipalities for the 
acquisition or construction of public improvements, works and public utilities; 
for the issuance, sale and payment of bonds of such districts to meet the cost 
of such improvements ; and for the acquisition or construction of such improve- 
ments," approved April 20, 1015, as amended, and to add a new section thereto 
to be numbered section lli, providing for the disposition of money raised by 
the sale of bonds under said act, whenever it has by resolution been declared 
to be no longer necessary to expend said money for the purpose for which 
the bonds were voted by reason of the fact that such purpose has been 
accomplished by other means. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 77. 

477 — Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 6 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the laying 
out, opening, extending, widening, or straightening, in whole, or in part, 
of public streets, squares, lanes, alleys, courts, and places, within munici- 
palities, for the condemnation of property necessary or convenient for such 
purposes, and for the establishment of assessment districts and the assessment 
of property therein to pay the expense of such improvement," approved 
March 24, 1903, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee -with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 14 — Read second time. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 17 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar. 26— Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 41. 

478— Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 
18 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the maintenance by municipalities 
of lighting systems along public streets, alleys and other public places and 
for the lighting thereof by electric current, gas or other illuminating agent; 
and for the assessment of the cost and expense thereof upon the property 
benefited and the manner of collecting such assessments," approved May 
16, 1919. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24: — From committee without recommendation. 



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479— Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mud. Corp. 

An act to amend section 13 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the laying 
out, opening, extending, widening, or straightening, in whole or in part, of 
public streets, squares, lanes, alleys, courts and places within municipalities, 
for the condemnation of- property necessary or convenient for such purposes, 
and for the establishment of assessment districts and the assessment of prop- 
erty therein to pay the expense of such improvement," approved March 24, 
1903, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on Jud. 
Re-referred. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 17 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24? — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

480— Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act authorizing the regents of the University of California to convey certain 

land in the city of Los Angeles to the city of Los Angeles for the purpose of 

widening Vermont avenue. 
Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 17 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. From 

committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 21 — Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 1(5. 

481 — Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend an act entitled '"An act to provide for the establishment and 
change of grade of public streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and 
rights of way forming the exterior boundaries of any municipality, whether 
partly or wholly within or without said boundaries, or extending into the 
territory of two or more municipalities or extending into the territory of one 
or more municipalities, and unincorporated territory, and providing for work 
upon and the improvement thereof, and providing for the construction of 
sanitary and storm sewers, drains and drainage systems, together with any 
and all appurtenances and appurtenant work in connection with any of such 
work or improvement ; to assess the whole or any portion of the costs and 
expenses thereof upon private property, and to provide for a system of local 
improvement bonds to represent the assessments for such costs and expenses 
and for the payment and effect of such bonds," approved April 21, 1011,. as 
amended, by adding a new section to be numbered 38, relating to the making 
of re-assessments. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 6 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment'and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15— Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



164 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

482 West, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Bff. 

An act to repeal section 16 of an act entitled "An act regulating the employ- 
ment of women and minors and establishing an industrial welfare commission 
to investigate and deal with such employment, including a minimum wage; 
providing for an appropriation therefor and -fixing a penalty for violations 
of this act," approved May 26, 1913, as amended. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

483— West, Jan. 22. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act limiting the hours of labor of 
females employed in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mercantile establish- 
ment, laundry, hotel, or restaurant, or telegraph or telephone establishment 
. or office, or by any express or transportation company ; compelling each 
employer in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mercantile establishment, 
laundry, hotel or restaurant, or other establishment employing any female, 
to provide suitable seats for all female employees and to permit them to use 
such seats when they are not engaged in the active duties of their employment ; 
and providing a -penalty for failure, neglect, or refusal of the employer to 
comply with the provisions of this act, and for permitting or suffering any 
overseer,, superintendent, foreman, or other agent of any such employer to 
violate the provisions of this act," approved March 22, 1911, as amended, 
relating to employment conditions and hours of labor of females. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

484— Lyon, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to provide for the issuance and sale of State bonds to be known as 
"California State buildings and State university buildings bonds," to provide 
for and create a fund for the completion and equipment of State buildings at 
Sacramento and the construction and equipment of a State building at Los 
Angeles, to create and provide for a fund for the construction and equipment 
of a building or buildings for the University of California at Berkeley and a 
building or buildings for the University of California at Los Angeles, authoriz- 
ing the expenditure of said funds for the purposes herein enumerated, creating 
a State Building Finance Board, creating an interest and sinking fund for the 
payment of interest on said bonds and the redemption of the same, and 
making appropriation therefor, making appropriation of $10,000 for the 
expense of printing, lithographing and selling said bonds, designating the name 
by which this act shall be known, and fixing the time at which this act shall 
be and become effective. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third 
reading. 

April 3 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 16 — Read third time, passed, title" approved. To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. Senate concurred in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 161. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 165 

485— Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend sections 9 and 10 of an act entitled "An act to establish and 
support a Bureau of Labor Statistics," approved March 3, 1883, as amended, 
providing for the appointment by the commissioner of said bureau of such 
full time deputies, attorneys, statisticians, agents, assistants, stenographers 
and other employees as he may deem necessary, subject to the approval of the 
Board of Control and Civil Service Commission, and for their compensation 
and traveling expenses ; providing for the salary of the said commissioner 
and his traveling expenses, and for offices to be maintained by him, and con- 
tingent expenses thereof ; to repeal an act entitled "An act to create the 
office of attorney for the State Bureau of Labor Statistics," approved June 4, 
1913, and to repeal all other acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act. 

Jan. 22 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass and be re-referred to 
Com. on Fin. Re-referred. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 3 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on 
W. & M. Re-referred. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24: — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 282. 

486 — Crowley, Canepa, Fellom, Gray, Maloney, Murphy, and Tubbs, 
Jan. 23. To Com. on C. &. N. 

An act granting in trust to the city and county of San Francisco the interest 
of the State in and to, and the control and management of the harbor of 
San Francisco, as described in the act ; providing for the disposition of 
revenues derived from the operation of said harbor ; providing for the sale 
of bonds authorized but not sold ; providing for the payment of interest on 
bonds, and for the redemption of bonds ; fixing the terms and conditions of 
the grant ; providing for the issuance of a proclamation by the governor. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 10 — From committee without recommendation. 

April 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 15 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

April 20 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Made special order for April 23. at 11 a.m. 

April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

487— Young, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 631e of the Penal Code' of the State of California, 

relating to the forfeiture of licenses. 
Jan. 23— Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






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488— Hollister, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 4041/i. 

relating to fires on highways. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 1 — In Senate. To enrollment, 
April 13 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 20 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

489— Canepa, Jan. 23. To Com. on Bkg. 

An act to amend section 147 of an act entitled "An act to define and regulate 
the business of banking," approved March 1, 1909, as amended, relating 
to days when banks must remain closed. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee without recommendation. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Re-referred to Com. on Bkg. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

490— Young, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to add a new section to the penal code of the State of California num- 
bered 626£, relating to the protection of fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

491— Young, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 636a of the Penal Code of the State of California, relat- 
ing to the protection of fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To. committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

492— Canepa, Jan. 23. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money for the purchase of athletic equipment, and instal- 
lation of the same, at Aquatic Park, in San Francisco. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

493— Canepa, Jan. 23. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of Virgil Perrone against the State 

of California. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 18— In Assembly. Read- first time. To Com. on W. & M. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 167 

49-1— Taylor, Jan. 23. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 1197 of the Political Code, relating to the form of 

ballot to be used at general elections. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

495— Taylor, Jan. 23. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to regulate the use and operation of smudge pots. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committeo. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

496— Taylor, Jan. 23. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to provide for and regulate the method of improving abandoned orchards ; 
providing for the method of giving notice to improve such property ; pro- 
viding for a lien for the cost of such improvement and providing for a 
foreclosure of such lien. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 
to Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

Mar. 18 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-re f erred 
to Com. on Agr. & L, S. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Agr. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

497— Creighton, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 19#29 of an act known as the "Juvenile Court Law," 
approved March 8, 1909 as amended, referring to salary of probation officer 
in counties of twenty-ninth class. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

498— Creighton, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4270 of the Political Code, relating to creation and 

compensation of county officers in the forty-first class. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 6 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 7 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 8 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. __ 

April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
April 14- — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 15 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 113. 



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499— Creighton, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 363 of the Political Code relating to the Department 

of Public works. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. _ 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

500— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 6286 of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29^Pocket veto. 

501— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1617 of the Political Code, relating to public schools. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

502— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on P. & G. 

An act to amend section 27 of an act entitled "An act to divide the State of 
California into fish and game districts" and to repeal an act entitled "An act 
to divide the State of California into fish and game districts and to repeal 
an act entitled 'An act to divide the State of California into six fish and 
game districts' approved March 21, 1911, and all acts or parts of acts incon- 
sistent herewith," approved May 28, 1917, as amended, relating to fish and 
game district 4e. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 1 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 219. 

503— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to add a new section to an act entitled "An act to divide the State of 
California into fish and game districts" and to repeal an act entitled "An act 
to divide the State of California into fish and game districts and to repeal 
an act entitled 'An act to divide the State of California into six fish and 
game districts' approved March 21, 1911, and all acts or parts of acts incon- 
sistent herewith," approved May 28, 1917, as amended, to be numbered 26$, 
relating to fish and game district 4f. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 









SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 169 

504— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626/, of the Penal Code, relating to fish and game. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 352. 

505— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act declaring and establishing a State highway between the city of San 

Diego and the border line between the United States of America and the 

Republic of Mexico. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

506— Rush, Jan. 23. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to appropriate money to be paid as premiums to exhibitors of live stock 

at district live stock shows to be held in the first agricultural district. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on Fin. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

507— Kline, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to amend the act "An act to be known as 'Palo Verde Irrigation District 
Act.' creating a consolidated irrigation, protection and reclamation district, 
subject to the approval of the owners of property within the district, to be 
known as 'Palo Verde Irrigation District,' for tbe purpose of taking over 
the water rights and water system of the Palo Verde Mutual Water Com- 
pany, a corporation, and of the stockholders thereof ; the levees, properties and 
functions of the Palo Verde joint levee district of Riverside and Imperial 
counties, California ; the properties and functions of the Palo Verde drainage 
district ; and for the acquiring of such other properties, the construction of 
such other improvements and the doing of such other things as may be neces- 
sary for providing a unified and comprehensive method of supplying the 
irrigable low lands of Palo Verde Valley comprised within the district with 
water for irrigation and domestic uses, reclaiming the swamp lands, destruc- 
tion of mosquito pests, and protecting all the lands within the district, and 
the water system, from flood waters of the Colorado River, and for main- 
taining, improving, expanding and operating and governing the entire irriga- 
tion, protection and reclamation systems through a single district organization ; 
providing also for the assumption, funding and payment of the bond and other 
obligations of said Palo Verde Mutual Water Company and said levee and 
drainage districts, and for the issuance of bonds for all of the aforesaid pur- 
poses ; and providing for the payment, funding and refunding of all such 
indebtedness: providing also for an election to determine whether this district 
shall be organized, and for the organization, management and control of the 
district through a hoard of trustees if the proposed district is organized; 
defining the powers and duties of the hoard, authorizing the district to sue and 
he sued, providing for the levy and collection of assessments to finance the 
acquisition of the properties, to carry on the construction work, maintenance 
and operation of the same, and for the payment of bonds and the expense of 
maintaining the district created hereby : providing also a means for dissolving 
said district," approved June 21, 1923, by adding thereto a new section to be 
numbered section 15a, whereby the "Palo Verde Irrigation District" authorized 
1o he created by the act above mentioned, shall be empowered to authorize 



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and issue bonds of the district for remeption of bonds of the Palo Verde Joint 
Levee District of Riverside and Imperial counties, California, and of the Palo 
Verde Drainage District and of the Palo Verde Mutual Water Company ; to 
exchange bonds of the district for such bonds or to make use of the proceeds 
of the sale of bonds of the district for the redemption of all such bonds, and to 
assess all of the lands and improvements within the Palo Verde Irrigation 
District uniformly for the payment of principal and interest of all such 
redemption or refunding bonds. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 24 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 25 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ir. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 353. 

508— Hollister, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 598 of the Civil Code relating to property of religious 

corporations. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11— From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 20 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
JMay 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 283. 

509 — Ingram, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4285 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries, fees 

and expenses of officers in counties of the fiftv-sixth class. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time.. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 16 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 171 

510— Kline, Jan. 23. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to amend section 2 of an act to provide for the compilation, printing, 
binding, publishing, and distribution of a legislative manual and State blue 
book, or roster, repealing all conflicting acts and making an appropriation to 
carry out the provisions hereof, approved June 22, 1923, relating to the 
distribution of the State blue book. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. Referred to Senator Evans as a Com- 
mittee of One to amend. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 27 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

511-^-Christian, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to amend sections 1 and 2 of an act entitled "An Act to promote the 
safety of employees and travelers upon railroads by compelling common car- 
riers by railroad to properly man their trains." approved February 20, 1911. 
as amended, relating to number of employees on trains and number of 
employees and length of freight trains. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

512— Christian, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to promote the safety of employees- and 
travelers upon railroads' by compelling common carriers by railroad to prop- 
erly man their trains," approved February 20, 1911, as amended. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

513— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 11 of the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and 
Safety Act of 1917," approved May 23, 1917. as amended, by providing for 
an extension of the period of limitations provided in said act in cases where 
an injury later results in permanent disability. - 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

514— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to provide for the support of vocational reeducation and rehabilitation 
of employees disabled in industry in this state and to further, the prevention 
of injuries by creating an industrial rehabilitation fund for such purposes 
by fixing a liability on all employers subject to the Workmen's Compensa- 
tion, Insurance and Safety Act of 1917 and amendments thereto, to pay 
a specified amount into the industrial rehabilitation fund in addition to 
liability under said act, in cases where their employees sustain fatal injuries 
in the course of their employment and leave no dependents; for the admin- 
istration of said fund by the Industrial Accident Commission ; for the 
determination of controversies arising out of this act by said Industrial 
Accident Commission and by the superior court. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



17^ FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

515— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to supplement the provisions of the "Workmen's Compensation, Insur- 
ance and Safety Act of 1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended, relating 
to liability for occupational and industrial diseases. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Tan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

516 — Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 9 of the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance 
and Safety Act of 1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended, to increase 
the allowance for burial expenses when the injury results in death, from 
one hundred dollars to one hundred and fifty dollars and to make the allow- 
ance for burial expenses in addition to the death benefit for both total and 
partial dependency. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 7 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 8 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title apr/roved. 
To Assembly. 

April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 354. 

517— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 9 of the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance 
and Safety Act of 1917," to provide that where an injury causes both tempo- 
rary and permanent disability, the payments for permanent disability shall 
commence upon the expiration of the temporary disability. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

518 — Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 23 of the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance 
and Safety Act of 1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended, relative to 
awards in workmen's compensation cases. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

519— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud 

An act to amend section 24 of the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and 
Safety Act of 1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended, to secure to claim- 
ants for benefits under said act preference over other debts of the employer 
Or his estate or of the insurance carrier. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading 

April 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 355. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 173 

520— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Cora, on Jud. 

An act to amend the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and Safety Act of 
1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended, by reenacting and amending 
section 25 thereof. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

521— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 29 of the Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and 
Safety Act of 1917," approved May 23, 1917, as amended, relating to the 
security for payments of compensation under the Workmen's Compensation, 
Insurance and Safety Act of 1917, and prescribing a penalty for the violation 
of the provisions hereof. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

522— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 634 of the Penal Code, relative to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 

to Com. on F. & G. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re- referred 

to Com. on F. & G. 
April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 3 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third 

reading. 
April 6 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 7 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 9 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
April 14 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed Read third time, 

passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April IP — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 220. 

523— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 628a of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 

to Com. on F. & G. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 

to Com. on F. & G. 
April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 3 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
April 6 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 7 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 23 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 356. 



174 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

524— Inman, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 3366 of the Political Code, relative to the powers of 
boards of supervisors, city councils and town trustees, in their respective 
counties, cities and towns to impose a license tax. ^ 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer! 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved, 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 1 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

525— Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend section 20 of an act entitled "An act providing for the regu- 
lation and supervision of companies, brokers, agents, and sales of securities 
as the same are therein defined and to prevent fraud in the sales of securities ; 
providing for the enforcement of said act and penalties for the violation 
thereof; and creating a State Corporation Department and the office of Com- 
mission of Corporations," approved May 18, 1917, and amendments thereto, 
relating to fees. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

526— Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on Eev. & Tax. * 

An act to amend sections 2 and 7 of an act entitled "An act to regulate the 
examination of applicants for license, and the practice of those licensed, to 
treat diseases, injuries, deformities or other physical or mental conditions of 
human beings ; to establish a Board of Medical Examiners, to provide for 
their appointment and prescribe their powers and duties, and to repeal an 
act entitled, 'An act for the regulation of the practice of medicine and sur- 
gery, osteopathy, and other systems or modes of the treating the sick or 
afflicted, in the State of California, and for the appointment of a Board of 
Medical Examiners in the matter of said regulations,' approved March 14, 
1907, and acts amendatory thereof, and also to repeal all other acts and 
parts of acts in conflict with this act," approved June 2, 1913, and amend- 
ments thereto, relating to certificates and fees. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



An act to amend section 10 of an act entitled "An act to define real estate 
brokers and salesmen ; to provide for the regulation, supervision and licensing 
thereof; to create a State Real Estate Department and the office of Real 
Estate Commissioner ; to provide for the enforcement of said act and penalties 
for the violation thereof ; and repealing an act entitled 'An act to define real 
estate brokers, agents, salesmen, solicitors ; to provide for the regulation, 
supervision, and licensing thereof ; to create the office of Real Estate Com- 
missioner ; and making an appropriation therefor,' approved June 1, 1917. 
and all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act," 
approved May 27, 1919, and amendments thereto, relating to fees. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 175 

►28 — Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to amend section 71 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
organization of the Railroad Commission, to define the powers and duties and 
the rights, remedies, powers and duties of public utilities and their officers, 
and the rights and remedies of patrons of public utilities, and to provide 
penalties for offenses by public utilities, their officers, agents and employees 
and by other persons and corporations, creating the 'Railroad Commission 
fund' and appropriating the moneys therein to carry out the provisions of 
this act, and repealing title 15 of part IV of division I of the Civil Code and 
all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act," 
approved April 23, 1915, as amended. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 13 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 
reading. 

April 14 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 15 — -'Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
•To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. U. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 357. 

529— Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act providing for the supervision and 
regulation of the transportation of persons and property for compensation 
over any public highway by automobiles, jitney busses, auto trucks, stages and 
auto stages ; defining transportation companies and providing for the super- 
vision and regulation thereof by the Railroad Commission ; providing for the 
enforcement of the provisions of this act and for the punishment of violations 
thereof ; and repealing all acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act," 
approved May 10, 1917. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

530— Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4284 of the Political Code, relating to salaries of 

officers, in counties of the fifty-fifth class. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. • 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

Mar. 6" — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

531— Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 42G5 of the Political Code, relating to salaries, fees and 

expenses of officers in counties of the thirty-sixth class. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — Ifrom printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

532— Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act authorizing suits against the State of California for damages arising 
from the taking or damaging of the property of persons without compensation. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 
Mar. 31 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



176 PINAL CALENDAR OP LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

533— Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to enable I he Electro Metals Company, a trust organization, or iti 

trustees or officers to sue the State of California. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 13 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 16 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Rea< 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

April 6 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 
April 7 — From printer. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 9 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment 
April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

534— Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 634 of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of fish. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

535 — Powers, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to amend the "Water Commission Act," approved June 16, 1913, at 

amended. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

536— Baker, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to create a commission to codify laws relating to public schools of the 

State of California. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred t< 

Com. on Fin. 
April 14— From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third 

reading. 
April 16 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title amended. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 

537— Maloney, Jan. 23. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to regulate the occupation of barbering, to create a State Board oi 
Examiners for the licensing of persons to carry on such practice, to insui 
the better education of such practitioners ; to provide rules regulating the 
proper sanitation of barber shops, barber schools and colleges, preventing the 
spreading of contagious and infectious diseases thereby insuring the general 
public cleaner and better service ; and provide penalties for violations thereof. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 177 

538— Boggs, Jan. 23. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to be known as the "Bovine Tuberculosis Law" of California ; to regulate 
the sale and restrict the use of tuberculin; to provide for the approval of 
veterinarians; to regulate the sale of milk and products of milk for live stock 
feeding: to regulate the importation, transportation and exhibition of cattle; 
to provide for the eradication of bovine tuberculosis by areas; to provide for 
the identification, branding and disposal of tuberculous animals; to provide 
regulations for the slaughter of tuberculous animals ; to prescribe the duties 
of the Director of Agriculture in relation to this act including the making of 
rules and regulations to carry out the provisions of this act; to prescribe 
penalties for violation of the provisions hereof; and to repeal all acts or parts 
of acts in conflict herewith. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 5 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. S. & D. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 31 — From printer. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 20 — rocket veto. 

539— Boggs, Jan. 23. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act requiring boards of supervisors to provide for the payment, to the owner 
of cattle slaughtered pursuant to law, of a sum representing the difference or 
part of the difference between the appraised value and salvage value of such 
slaughtered cattle, in cooperation with the Bureau of Animal Industry of the 
United States Department of Agriculture ; to provide for the appraisement of 
such slaughtered cattle in cooperation with the Bureau of Animal Industry of 
the United States Department of Agriculture ; to authorize boards of super- 
visors to levy a special tax on all taxable property to carry out the Brovisions 
of this act ; to authorize boards of supervisors to establish a fund or funds for 
the purposes of this act; and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict 
herewith. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 4 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. S. & D. 
Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 6 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



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ITS PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

540 — Boggs, Inman, and others, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626p of the Political Code, relating to the protection of 

beaver. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
.Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. . 
Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F.' & G. 
Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 26 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 40. 

541— West, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 739 of the Political Code, relating to salaries of officers 
of Supreme Court. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Re-re- 
ferred to Com. on Fin. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 10 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 15 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. To committee. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Aprik24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

542— Taylor, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud . . 

An act to amend sections 73 and 142 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to 

superior courts. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 4 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 5 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

543_Young, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to be known as the Twenty-four-hour School Act, providing for the 
establishing of twenty-four-hour schools by school districts, providing for 
admission to .such schools and for the government, control, conduct, direction 
and support thereof. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 6 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 7 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 8 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 10 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

April 14 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 







SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 179 

544 — Lewis, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 9 of an act entitled "An act to control and regulate 
the possession, sah> and use of pistols, revolvers and other firearms capable of 
being concealed upon the person ; to prohibit the manufacture, sale, possession 
or carrying of certain other dangerous weapons within this State; to provide 
for registering all sales of pistols, revolvers or other firearms capable of being 
concealed upon the person ; to prohibit the carrying of concealed firearms 
except by lawfully authorized persons ; to provide for the confiscation and 
destruction of such weapons in certain cases ; to prohibit the ownership, use, 
or possession of any of such weapons by certain classes of persons ; to pre- 
scribe penalties for violations of this act and increased penalties for repeated 
violations hereof ; to authorize, in proper cases, the granting of licenses or 
permits to carry firearms concealed upon the person ; to provide for licensing 
retail dealers in such firearms and regulating sales thereunder ; and to repeal 
chapter CVL of California Statutes of 1917, relating to the same subject," 
approved June 13, 1923, relating to the sale of firearms. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

545_Hollister, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act appropriating money to meet a like appropriation of the Federal Gov- 
ernment to be used in carrying out the provisions and purposes of an act 
entitled "An act to provide for the acceptance by the State of California of 
the provisions of an act passed by the Congress of the United States known 
as the "Shepard-Towner" Act, and entitled 'An act for the promotion of the 
welfare and hygiene of maternity and infancy and for other purposes,' 
approved November 23, 1921," approved May 1, 1923. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

546— Nelson and Evans, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act authorizing the State Highway Commission to declare highways through 
municipalities, a part of the State Highway System with the consent of such 
municipalities, and providing for the construction, maintenance and repair 
thereof. 

Jan. ' 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

547— Gray, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to regulate the practice of public accounting in the State of California ; 
to establish a State Board of Accountancy and to prescribe its powers and 
duties ; to provide for the admission to practice as and the licensing of cer- 
tified public accountants and to prohibit the unlawful use of any words. 
letters, abbreviations, symbols or other means of identification by unauthorized 
persons indicating that they are certified public accountants under this act; 
to provide penalties for the violation of its provisions ; and to repeal an act 
approved March 23, 1901 entitled "An act to create a State Board of 
Accountancy and prescribe its duties and powers; to provide for the exam- 
ination of and issuance of certificates to qualified applicants, with the desig- 
nation of certified public accountants ; and to provide the grade of penalty 
for violations of the provisions thereof." 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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548— Fellom, Jan. 23. To Com. on L. & C. 

An net to amend section 7 of an act entitled "An act regulating private employ- 
ment agencies, providing for a license for the operation thereof and a fee 
therefor, providing forms of receipts and registers to be vised and kept, pro- 
hibit inu- any charge for registering or filing application for help or employ- 
ment, prohibiting the dividing of fees, providing for the refunding of fees 
and expenses in the event of failure to procure employment, and granting the 
Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics the power to prescribe rules 
and regulations to carry out the purpose and intent of this act," approved 
June 3, 1913, as amended, relating to the license fees to be paid by licensed 
employment agencies and surety bonds required of them. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

549— Fellom, Jan 5 23. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend section 18 of an act entitled "An act regulating private 
employment agencies, providing for a license for the operation thereof and a 
fee therefor, providing forms of receipts and registers to be used and kept, 
prohibiting any charge for registering or filing application for help or employ- 
ment, prohibiting the dividing of fees, providing for the refunding of fees and 
expenses in the event of failure to procure employment, and granting the 
Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics the power to prescribe rules 
and regulations to carry out the purpose and intent of this act," approved 
June 3, 1913, as amended, by providing for penalties for violations of the 
said act. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

550— Fellom, Jan. 23. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend section 11 of an act entitled "An act regulating private employ- 
ment agencies, providing for a license for the operation thereof and a fee 

. therefor, providing forms of receipts and registers to be used and kept, pro- 
hibiting any charge for registering or filing application for help or employment, 
prohibiting the dividing of fees, providing for the refunding of fees and 
expenses in the event of failure to procure employment, and granting the 
Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics the power to prescribe rules 
and regulations to carry out the purpose and intent o£ this act," approved 
June 3, 1913, as amended, relating to the matters to be stated in contracts 
and receipts issued by such employment agencies, providing for standard and 
uniform forms of contracts and receipts to be prepared by the Commissioner 
of Labor and providing that an employer must so state on the reverse side of 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 181 

an employment contract or receipt if the applicant was not employed or if 

he was discharged in less than seven days, as the case may be. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 1G — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 17 — Frorfi printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. IS — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, 

and third reading. v 
Mar. 19 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 
Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 27 — Read second time. 

April 1 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 
April 2 — From printer. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 7 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

551— Fellom, Jan. 23. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend section 12 of an act entitled "An act regulating private 
employment agencies, providing for a license for the operation thereof and a 
fee therefor, providing forms of receipts and registers to be used and kept, 
prohibiting any charge for registering or filing application for help or 
employment, prohibiting the dividing of fees, providing for the refunding 
of fees and expenses in the event of failure to procure employment, and grant- 
ing the Commissioner of a Bureau of Labor Statistics the power to prescribe 
rules and regulations to carry out the purpose and intent of this act," approved 
June 13, 1913, as amended, providing for the return of fees and expenses in 
case the applicant fails to obtain employment or is employed for less than 
seven days, prohibiting registration fees, providing that the order for the 
particular position must be on the books of the agency before the applicant 
is sent out, and prohibiting charges for positions not so listed. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24; — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

552— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to require all persons, firms, corporations, co-partnerships and individuals 
engaged in the business of checking articles for hire, shall keep a sign con- 
taining certain information conspicuously posted ; and to provide a penalty 
for the violation thereof. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

553— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 928 of the Penal Code to empower grand juries to 
employ efficiency experts in certain instances and to cause the printing and 
publication of the reports of such grand juries. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

554 — Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend "An act to provide whole family protection for members of 
fraternal benefit societies," approved April 20, 1917, to be found in Statutes 
of 1917, page 144. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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555 — Inman, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1404 of the Civil Code, relating to aliens. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. G — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 11 — Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

556 — Inman, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to repeal section 672 of the Civil Code, relating to aliens. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 11 — Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

April 24— From committee without recommendation. 

557— Gates, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626c of the Penal Code of the State of California, 

relating to the protection of fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 6 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 11 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 

558— Gates, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 737n of the Political Code, relating to the salary of 

the superior judge in Butte County. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

559— Gates, Jan. 23. To Com. on P. & G. 

An act to regulate the hunting of deer and to provide for the tagging of the 

carcass of any deer killed, and to provide revenue therefrom for fish and 

game preservation, propagation and protection. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 20 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com: on F. & G. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 22 — From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24— In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 183 

560— Handy, Jan. 23. To Com. on D, S. & 0. L. 

An act to amend section 7 of an act entitled "An act to create a drainage district 
to be called Knight's Landing Ridge Drainage District ; to promote drainage 
therein by the making of a cut through Knight's Landing Ridge, and the con- 
struction of a canal leading therefrom ; to provide for the election and appoint- 
ment of officers of said drainage district ; defining the powers, duties and com- 
pensation of such officers ; and providing for levying and collecting assess- 
ments upon the lands within said drainage district ; the issuance of bonds by 
said drainage district and testing the validity of the levy of such assessments 
and the issuance of such bonds," approved April 30, 1913. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 20 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O L. 

April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 7 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

561— Handy, Jan. 23. To Com. on D., S. & 0. L. 

An act to amend section 34G0 of the Political Code by providing that assess- 
ments in reclamation districts shall be collected in not more than one sepa- 
rate installment for warrants issued for more than three years. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jaa. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O L. 

April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 7 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

562— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to provide for the sale and leasing of certain state lands. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 10 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

163— Dennett, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend the Political Code by adding thereto a new section to be 

numbered 737w, relative to the salary of the judge of the superior court of 

the county of Alpine. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



L84 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

564— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1543a of the Political Code, relating to the payment of 

interest on unpaid orders or demands against any school district. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
April 10/ — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 13 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

565— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1617! of the Political Code, relating to the sale or 
leasing of school property unoccupied by any public school by boards of educa- 
tions, or other governing boards, in cities and having jurisdiction over both 
the elementary and high school districts embracing such cities, boards of 
trustees or any school district, boards of trustees or any high school, district 
and boards of trustees of union high school or joint union high school districts. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

566— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 633 of the Political Code, relating to the licensing of 

insurance and surety agents and solicitors. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 
Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and re-referred 

to Com. on Ins. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 

to Com. on Ins. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

567— Swing, Jan. 23. To Com. on P. & R, 

An act to provide for the investigation and report of a plan for the rehabilitation 
• of persons convicted of a felony, and making an appropriation therefor. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

568— Swing, Jan. 23. To Com. on P. & R. 

An act, relating to the parole, release and rehabilitation of persons convicted 

of a felony. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

569— Fellom, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to anemd section 9 of the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and 
Safety Act of 1917.*' approved May 23, 1917. as amended, by providing a 
graduated scale of compensation for dependents of employees whose injuries, 
arising out of or in course of their employment, result in death. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 185 

570— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 589 of the Political Code, relating to the salary of the 
Insurance Commissioner and salary of the Deputy Insurance Commissioner. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feh. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

571— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend sections 1 and 2 of an act entitled "An net to be known as 
the 'Inheritance Tax Act,' to establish a tax on gifts, legacies, inheritances, 
bequests, devises, successions and transfers, to provide for its collection and to 
direct the disposition of its proceeds : to provide for the enforcement of liens 
created by this act and by any act hereby repealed and for suits to quiet 
title against claims of liens arising hereunder, or under an act hereby 
repealed ; and to repeal chapter 589 of the laws of the sessions of the Legis- 
lature of California of 1917, approved May 23, 1917, known as the 'Inherit- 
ance Tax Act,' " approved .June 3, 15)21. and all amendments thereto, and 
adding a new section to be numbered section 21. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 16 — Fro*i committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. From 
printer. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. • Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor* Chapter 284. 

572 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1523 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to the 
sale of personal property by executors and administers. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 1() — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third read- 
ing. From printer. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Read third 
time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24— In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

573— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend sections 1598 and 1599, relating to the conveyance of real 
estate and transfer of personal property in estates of decedents in certain 
cases. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

574 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1(>()3 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to partial 

distribution of estates of deceased persons. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



186 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

575— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 736a, relating 

to the salaries of the justices of the District Courts o. Appeal. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended, and be 

re-referred to Com. on Fin. Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 16 — From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, 

title approved. To Assembly. 
April IS— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass, and be re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. To committee. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 221. 

576— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 736 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries of 

the Chief Justice and of each of the associate justices of the Supreme Court. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended, and be 

re-referred to Com. on Fin. Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 16 — From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, 

title approved. To Assembly. 
April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass, and be re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. To committee. 
April 23— From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 114. 

577 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code to be numbered section 1281m, 
and providing that judges of the municipal courts may admit to and justify 
bail. 

Jam 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 187 

578— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act authorizing the establishment of municipal courts, prescribing their 
constitution, regulation, government, procedure and jurisdiction, and providing 
for the election and appointment of the judges, clerks and other attaches of 
such courts, their terms of office, qualification and compensation. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended and re-referred to 
Com. on Jud. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 
to Com. on Jud. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 1 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, 
and third reading. 

April 7 — From printer. To re-engrossment. 

April 8 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

April 9 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 20 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time, and amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 358. 

579 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new title to the Code of Civil Procedure to be n urn bored title Xa, 

relating to civil proceedings in municipal courts. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. % 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24— From committee without recommendation. 

580— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend sections 1466, 1467, 1468, and 1469 of the Penal Code, and 
to add to said code a new section 1468a, relating to appeals from municipal 
courts. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

581 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, relating to fees of clerks 

of municipal courts. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

582— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend sections 33 and 34 of the Code of Civil Procedure, prescribing 

what are courts and what are courts of record. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

583— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 147 of the Code of Civil Procedure, prescribing what 

courts have seals. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24— T committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



188 FINAL CALENDAR' OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

584 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Oode of Oivil Procedure, relating to seals 

of municipal courts. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Fob. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

585 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 70 of the Civil Code, prescribing who may solemnize 

marriage. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

586 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Corp. 

An act to amend section 311 of the Civil Code, prescribing who may call meetings 

of stockholders of corporations in certain cases. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

587 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 398 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to trans- 
fers of actions. 
Jan. 23— Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
- Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

588— ^Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 808 of the Penal Code, prescribing who are magistrates. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

589 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add an additional section to the Penal Code, providing that municipal 

courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction of all misdemeanors. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

590 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code to be numbered 1617, relating to 

county jails to provide for the imprisonment of convicts in the municipal 

court in city jails. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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591— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1288 of the Penal Code, relating to bail after indict- 
ment, so as to provide for the justification and approval of the same by a 
judge of the municipal court. P 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From prirter. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

592— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code, to be numbered 1461a, relating 
to proceedings in justice's and police courts, so as to make the procedure 
in said courts apply to municipal courts 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

593— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new chapter to title XIII of the Code of Civil Procedure to 

be numbered chapter 4, relating to appeals from municipal courts. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

594 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 161 of the Code of Civil Procedure. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

595 — Lyon, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to legalize bends heretofore issued and sold, or to be issued and sold, 

by municipalities where authority for such issuance has already been given 

by a vote of not less than two-thirds of the electors of such municipalities 

voting upon the question of incurring such indebtedness. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee- with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 25 — From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, 

re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 26— From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Amended. To print, 

re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 27 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Amended. To print, 

re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 30 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time. 

Urgency clause adopted. Passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 8 — Read second time. 
April 20 — -Read third time, urgency clause adopted, passed, title approved. To 

Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



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596— Lyon, Jan. 23. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to regulate the sale and issuance of hunting and fishing licenses to hunt, 
lake, pursue, or kill, wild birds or maminais, or to take, catch, or kill, game 
lishrs for purposes other than sale or profit to provide revenue therefrom for 
fish and game preservation, protection and restoration; defining game fishes; 
providing a method for the issuance of such licenses; defining resident and 
non-resident licenses ; prohibiting the sale or issuance of any hunting license 
to any alien ; providing a penalty for the violation of this act and repealing 
all acts and parts of acts inconsistent or in conflict with this act. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended and re-referred to 
Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

April 3 — Read second time. Amended. To print. From printer. Re-referred 
lo Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 
« April 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, and amended. To printer. 

April 21 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

597— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to provide for the creation of a tax commission, defining its powers and 
duties, fixing its compensation and making an appropriation to carry out the 
provisions of this act. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

598— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to provide for the abandonment of 
portions of routes of state roads and highways by the advisory board of the 
State Department of Engineering, and for consent thereto in certain cases 
by County Boards of Supervisors," approved May 20, 1915. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

599— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on M. V. 

An act to amend the California Vehicle Act, approved May 30, 1923, entitled 
"An act to regulate the use and operation of vehicles upon the public high 
ways and elsewhere; to provide for the registration and identification of 
motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers and for the payment of registration 
fees therefor ; to provide for the licensing of persons operating motor vehicles ; 
to prohibit certain persons from operating vehicles upon the public highways ; 
to prohibit the possession or use of or injury to a motor vehicle without the 
consent of the owner thereof, and to prohibit the offer to or**acceptance bj 
certain persons of any bonus or discount or other consideration for the 
purchase of supplies or parts for motor vehicles, or for work or repair done 
thereon ; to provide for records to be kept by persons operating public 
garages and for notices to be given by owners of private garages ; to provide 
penalties for violations of provisions of this act, and to provide for the dispo- 
sition of fines and forfeitures imposed thereon ; to limit the power of local 
authorities to enact or enforce ordinances, rules or regulations in regard 
to matters embraced within the provisions of this act ; to provide for the 
disposition of registration and license fees ; fines and forfeitures collected 
hereunder ; to provide for the organization, powers and duties and for the 
maintenance of the division of motor vehicles ; to provide for carrying out 
the objects of this act, and to make appropriation therefor ; to provide for 
the time this act shall go into effect, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 191 

conflict with this act," by amending sections numbered 58, 59, 61, 63, 64 

and 73 thereof, relating to operators and chauffeurs licenses. 
Jan. 23 — Head first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with amendments, without recommendation. 
Mar. 4 — Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. Re-referred to Com. 

on M. V. 
Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 18 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 19 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 20 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 2 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on M. V. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 13 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 17 — Made special order for Tuesday, April 21, at 10 a.m. 
April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 22 — In Senate. To unfinished business. 
April 23 — Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. Reported 

correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 239. 

600— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on M. V. 

An act to amend the California Vehicle Act, approved May 30, 1923, entitled 
"An act to regulate the use and operation of vehicles upon the public high- 
ways and elsewhere ; to provide for the registration and identification of motor 
vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers and for the payment of registration fees 
therefor ; to provide for the licensing of persons operating motor vehicles ; to 
prohibit certain persons from operating vehicles upon the public highways ; to 
prohibit the possession or use of or injury to a motor vehicle wdthout the con- 
sent of the owner thereof, and to prohibit the offer to or acceptance by certain 
persons of any bonus or discount or other consideration for the purchase of 
supplies or parts for motor vehicles, or for work or repair clone thereon ; to 
provide for records to be kept by persons operating public garages and for 
notices to be given by owners of private garages : to provide penalties for 
violations of provisions of this act, and to provide for the disposition of fines 
and forfeitures imposed thereon ; to limit the power of local authorities to 
enact or enforce ordinances, rules or regulations in regard to matters embraced 
within the provisions of this act ; to provide for the disposition of registration 
and license fees, fines and forfeitures collected hereunder ; to provide for the 
organization, powers and duties and for the maintenance of the Division of 
Motor Vehicles ; to provide for carrying out the objects of this act, and to make 
appropria tion* therefor ; to provide for the time this act shall go into effect, and 
to repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act" by amending sec- 
tions numbered 2, 36, 37, 40, 41. 44, 45, 77, 80, 85, 100, 101, 102, 114, 130, 
131, 138, 145, 153, 154, 155 and 159, relating to the use, operation and equip- 
ment of vehicles, the registrations of vehicles and the fees to be paid therefor, 
notices to be given upon exporting or dismantling motor vehicles and regulating 
the procedure to be followed in enforcing the provisions of the act. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with amendments, without recommendation. 

Mar. 4 — Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. Re-referred to 
Com. on M. V. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 18 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 19 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 20 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 2 — Read third time. Amended. To print, and re-engrossment. 

April 3 — From printer. To re-engrossment. 

April 6 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 
approved. To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on M. V. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 16 — From printer. 

April 17 — Made special order for Tuesday, April 21, at 10 a.m. 

April 20 — Read third time, and amended. To printer. 

April 21— =From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. To unfinished business. 

April 23 — Senate refuses to concur in Assembly amendments. Assembly refuses 
to recede. To Committee on Conference. To Committee on Free Conference. 

April 24 — Free Conference report adopted. To enrollment. Reported correctly 
enrolled. To Governor. 

May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 240. 



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601— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An ac! to amend sections 4. 7. 10 and 11 of an act entitled "An act to regulate 
and license the business of producing, refining or distributing gasoline, distillate 
and other motor vehicle fuels, providing for the collection and disposition of 
license (axes, prescribing penalties for violation of the provisions of said act, 
and repealing all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith," approved May 
30, 1923, and to add thereto a new section to be numbered 18, relating to 
delinquencies, penalties for delinquencies, and refunds in paj-ment over assess- 
ment on gasoline, and making- an appropriation for carrying out the pro- 
visions of this act. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 350. 

602— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend sections 3 and 13 of an act entitled "An act to regulate and 
license the business of producing, refining or distributing gasoline, distillate 
and other motor vehicle fuels, providing for the collection and disposition 
of license taxes, prescribing penalties for violation of the provisions of said 
act, and repealing all acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith," approved 
May 30, 1923, by increasing the amount and modifying the disposal of such 
license taxes, and prescribing certain duties of the State Controller, State 
Highway Commission and boards of supervisors with reference thereto. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 9 — From committee without recemmendation as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. Made special order for 11.30 a.m. 
Tuesday, April 14. 

April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
Notice of reconsideration. 

April 15 — Reconsideration lapsed. Transmitted to Assembly. 

April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Made special order. Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice 
of reconsideration given by Mr. Dillinger. 

April 23 — Reconsideration waived. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

603— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to fix the liability of bidders to the State of California or to any county, 
city, municipality or political subdivision of said State who deposit money, 
certified checks or bid bonds to guarantee that such bidder will enter into a 
contract if such contract is awarded to him. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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604— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to authorize the sale and conveyance by the State Board of Control of 
any real estate acquired by the State for use of the California Highway Com- 
mission, and to credit the proceeds of such sale to such fund as the California 
Highway Commission may direct. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 18 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 19 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & IT. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 27 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 91. 

605— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act declaring and establishing the roads from San Rafael to Point San 
Quentin, from Crescent City to the Oregon line (coast route), Alturas to the 
Oregon line, near New Pine Creek, from Coleville to the Nevada state line in 
Mono County, from Bakersfield to Mojave, from Needles to Topoc, from 
Shavers Wells to Coachella, from Blythe to the Colorado River, from Oxnard 
to the main coast highway. Bay Shore highway commencing at a point at or 
near the intersection of Army street and San Bruno avenue, San Francisco, 
to a point in San Jose to be designated by the California Highway Commis- 
sion, as State highways adopting all public highways along said routes as 
State highways without compensation being paid therefor. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 19 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading 

Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 24 — Referred to Senator Sample as a Committee of One to amend. 
Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 25 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Mar. 27 — Amended. To print and re-engrossment. 

Mar. 30 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, 
passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24: — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

606— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to divide the highways of the State of California into a primary system 
and a secondary system, and designating the roads within each system, pro- 
viding for the manner of expenditure of State funds in the construction of 
said roads and authorizing the California Highway Commission to designate 
the order of construction of said roads. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 27 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, and re-engrossment. 

Mar. 30 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

April 17— Amended. To print, and re-engrossment. From printer. Reported 
correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

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194 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

607— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on M. V. 

An act to amend the "California Vehicle Act," approved May 30, 1923, entitled 
"An act to regulate the use and operation of vehicles upon the public highways 
and elsewhere ; to provide for the registration and identification of motor 
vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers and for the payment of registration fees 
therefor ; to provide for the licensing of persons operating motor vehicles ; 
to prohibit certain persons from operating vehicles upon the public highways ; 
to prohibit the possession or use of or injury to a motor vehicle without the 
consent of the owner thereof, and to prohibit the offer to or acceptance by 
certain persons* of any bonus or discount or other consideration for the 
purchase of supplies or parts for motor vehicles, or for work or repair done 
thereon ; to provide for records to be kept by persons operating public garages 
and for notices to be given by owners of private garages ; to provide penalties 
for violations of provisions of this act, and to provide for the disposition of 
fines and forfeitures imposed thereon ; to limit the power of local authorities 
to enact or enforce ordinances, rules or regulations in regard to matters 
embraced within the provisions of this act ; to provide for the disposition of 
registration and license fees, fines and forfeitures collected hereunder ; to 
provide for the organization, powers and duties and for the maintenance of 
the division of motor vehicles ; to provide for carrying out the objects of this 
act, and to make appropriation therefor ; to provide for the time this act shall 
go into effect, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict with this 
act," by amending section numbered 77 thereof, relative to registration fees. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

60S— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act authorizing the State Park Commission to make a survey and report on 
sites suitable for state parks ; authorizing the commission to receive gifts 
of money for the purpose of carrying on this survey ; and providing for an 
appropriation for the carrying on of this survey. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass, and be re-referred 

to Com. on W. & M. Re-referred. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

609— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 4 of an act entitled "An act requiring the recording 
of maps or subdivisions of land into lots for the purpose of sale, and pre- 
scribing the conditions on which such maps may be recorded and prohibiting 
the selling or offering for sale of land by reference to said maps unless the 
same are recorded," approved March 15, 1907, as amended. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee.. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

610 — Breed (by request), Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act to prevent the formation 
and prohibit the existence of secret, oath bound fraternities in the public 
schools," approved March 13, 1909. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without, recommendation. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 105 

611— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4143 of the Political Code, relating to the duties of 

the coroner. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

612— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend sections 1510, 1511, 1511a, 1511b, 1512, 1513, 1514, 151o, 
1517, 1518, 1519, and 1520 of the Penal Code, relating to coroner's inquest 
and the duties of the coroner. 

Jan. 23 — Head first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

613 — Lyon (by request), Jan. 23. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to regulate the sale and issuance of hunting and fishing licenses to hunt, 
take, pursue, or kill, wild birds or mammals, or to take, catch, or kill, game 
fishes for purposes other than sale or profit to provide revenue therefrom 
for fish and game preservation, protection and restoration ; defining game 
fishes ; providing a method for the issuance of such licenses ; defining resident 
and non-resident licenses ; prohibiting the sale or issuance of any such license 
to any alien ; providing a penalty for the violation of this act and repealing 
all acts and parts of acts inconsistent or in conflict with this act. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

614— Baker, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act authorising the acquisition, construction, improvement, maintenance 
and control of the uncompleted portions of the system of State highways, 
providing for the issuance and sale of state bonds to create a fund for the 
construction, improvement and acquisition of the uncompleted portions of 
said system and certain extensions therefrom ; creating a revolving fund to 
be used by the State Department of Engineering for the purposes of this 
act ; creating a sinking fund for the payment of said bonds ; and providing 
for the submission of this act to a vote of the people. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with amendments. 

Mar. 4 — Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. Re-referred to 
Com. on R. & H. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

615 — Ingram, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to amend sections 39 and 55 of an act entitled "An atft to provide for 
the organization and government of irrigation districts, and to provide for 
the acquisition or construction thereby of works for the irrigation of the lands 
embraced within such districts, and, also to provide for the distribution of 
water for irrigation purposes," approved March 31, 189T. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. G — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ir. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 8 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 9 — From printer. 

April 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. " 

April 13 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Mav 29 — Pocket veto. 



196 FINAL CALENDAR OP LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

616— Creighton, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to provide for the investigation by the State of California of the possi- 
bilities of coordinating the development of the water resources of the State 
for public protection and to the end that they may be put to the greatest 
beneficial use, and making an appropriation for said purpose. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. G — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com. on Fin. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 1G — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ir. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass, and be re-referred 
to Com. on W. & Iff. To committee. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24— Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

617— Maloney (by request), Jan. 23. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to provide for the more general observance of Sunday as a day of rest, 

and providing a penalty for the violation thereof. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

618— Young, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

v An act to amend section 631e of the Penal Code of the State of California 
relating to the forfeiture of licenses. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. • 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

619— Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to add two new sections, to be numbered 15c and 15(7. to the "Building 
and Loan Commission Act," approved April 5. 1011, as amended, relating to 
building and loan associations. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Alar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Alar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. IT — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title amended. To printer. Notice of motion 
to reconsider given by Mr. Walters. 

April 1 — From printer. Continued to next legislative day. 

April 2 — Reconsideration waived. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Alay 4 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 110. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 197 

620— Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to amend sections 2, 3, and 7 of the "Building and Loan Commission 
Act," approved April 5, 1911, as amended, relating to the salaries and expenses 
of the Building aDd Loan Commission and the Building and Loan Inspection 
fund. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 20 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, 
passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. From com- 
mittee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 6 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 4 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 111. 

621— Young, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to amend section 15a of the "Building and Loan Commission Act," 

approved April 5, 1911, as amended, relating to building and loan associations. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Referred to Senator Creighton as a Committee of One to amend. Amended. 

To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 17 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 6— -Vetoed by Governor. Veto sustained. 

622— Taylor, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to amend section 14 of the "Building and Loan Commission Act," 

approved April 5, 1911, as amended. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 19 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. . 
Mar. 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 13 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 



198 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

623— Taylor, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to amend sections 616 and 617 of the Civil Code of the State of Cali- 
fornia, relating to cemetery corporations. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 1«> — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
Mar. 26 — From printer. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April P — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

624— Hollister, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to amend section 641 of the Civil Code, relating to guarantee stock 

surplus of building and loan associations. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. «*■* 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
Mar. 26 — From printer. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 1 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. 
April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 135. 

625— Hollister, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure to be numbered 

1454(7, and to amend section 1455 of said code, relating to the collection of 

money by heirs. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 19 — Referred to Senator Dennett as a Committee of One to amend. 

Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 20 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 20— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
Mar. 26 — From printer. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments, To enrollment. 
April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 13 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 199 

56— Christian, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

Au act to amend an act known as the "Building and Loan Commission Act" 
approved April 5, 1911, as amended, by adding thereto a new section to be 
numbered 156, which section relates to the furnishing of bonds by certain 
officers and employees of building and loan associations. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mir. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. lfi — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 2.5 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 31 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 16 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

627— Christian, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to amend section 642 of the Civil Code of the State of California, relating 
to the withdrawing of shares of stock and investment certificates issued by 
building and loan associations. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 30 — Read second time. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. To enrollment. . 

April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 116. 

628— Dennett, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to amend section 643 of the Civil Code, relative to building and loan 

associations. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

•Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate 
Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 6 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 






200 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

629— Dennett, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to amend sections 647 and 647a of the Civil Code of the State of Cali- 
fornia, and to add a new section to said code to be numbered 6476, all relating 
to building and loan associations. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 19 — Referred to Senator Jones as a Committee of One to amend. 
Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Mar. 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. From com- 
mittee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 30 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April T3 — Vetoed by Governor. To unfinished business. 

April 7 — Veto sustained. 

630— Dennett, Jan. 23. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

An act to amend section G34 of the Civil Code of the State of California, relating 
to the issuance of shares and investment certificates of building and loan asso- 
ciations and relating to the creation of a reserve fund ; selection of directors 
and fees chargeable by such associations. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assemblv. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on B. & L. A. 

Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. . 

Mar. 25 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 26 — From printer. 

Mar. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 30 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 6 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 72. 

631— Pedrotti, Jan. 23. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act amending an act regulating private employment agencies as per Statutes 

1913, chapter 282, as amended Statutes of 1919. chapter 551, by adding a new 

section to be known and designated as section 12i. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 201 

632— Lyon, Jan. 23. To Com. on P. H. & Q. 

An act defining and regulating the business of dry-cleaning and dyeing, standard- 
izing the business of. and providing for the maintenance, construction and 
inspection of dry-cleaning and dyeing buildings and establishments, providing 
ways and means for enforcing this act and fixing penalties for the violation 
thereof. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, and re-engross- 
ment. 

Mar. 31 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

April 7 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

April 8 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, 
passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 9— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 18 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 20 — Read third time, and amended. To printer. 

April 21 — From printer. Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. Notice to 
reconsider given by Mr. Oliva. 

April 23 — Notice of reconsideration waived. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

633— Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act providing that any public service corpo- 
ration, agent, superintendent, or manager thereof employing special agents, 
detectives, or so-called spotters shall, before disciplining or discharging any 
employees upon a report by such special agent, detective, or so-called spotter, 
give notice and accord a hearing to such employee upon his request therefor 
and providing for the punishment for the violation thereof."' 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24^-From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. * 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

634— Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1032 of the Political Code, relating to the duties of 

the superintendent of public instruction. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 4 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 5 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Coin, on Ed. 
April 7 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 
April 8 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 



202 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

635 — Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend sectioD 1764 of the Political Code, relative to the county high 

school tax. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 4 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 5 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 8 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

636 — Jones, Jan. 23: To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1858 of the Political Code, relating to apportionment of 

school funds. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 4 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 5 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 8 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time. Amended. ' To printer. 
April 20 — From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

637— Jones-, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1616 of the Political Code, relating to kindergartens. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
• Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 8 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 203 

638— Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend sections 1612a, 1756, and 1839 of the Political Code, relating 

to school taxation. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. Re-referred to Com. on Ed. 
Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. To 

third reading. 
Mar. 9 — Referred to Senator Harris as a Committee of One to amend. 

Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To t Com. on Ed. 
April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April a — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 1 — 'Pocket veto. 

639— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 628c of the Penal Code, relating to the protection 

of fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 1 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 2 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 360. 

640— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626n of the Penal Code, relating to the protection 

of fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

641— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 636 of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 20 — In Assembly. " Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 361. 



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642 — Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1183 of the Code of Civil Procedure, to add three new 
sections to the Code of Civil Procedure to be numbered 1183a, 11836 and 
1183c and to amend sections 1184, 1184a, and 1184c of the Code of Civil 
Procedure, relating to securing the payment of claims of materialmen, laborers, 
contractors and subcontractors upon contracts awarded by boards, commis- 
sions or officers of the State or any political subdivision thereof and by 
private individuals. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

643— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to secure the payment of the claims 
of persons employed by contractors upon public works, and the claims of 
persons who furnish materials, supplies, teams, implements or machinery used 
or consumed by such contractors in the performance of such works, and 
prescribing the duties of certain public officers with respect thereto," approved 
May 10, 1919. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

644 — Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1158 of the Civil Code of the State of California in 
reference to the acceptance of grants of real estate made to a political 
corporation or governmental agency prior to the recording of the deed therefor. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

645— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to provide that the Department of 
Engineering of the State of California may acquire for and in the name of 
the people of the State of California, by purchase, donation, dedication or by 
proceedings in eminent domain, additional rights of way, land and trees on 
and along the course of any State highway," approved April 1, 1915. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

646— Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to amend section 365c of the Political Code of the State of California 
and to add sections 365d, 365e, 365/, 365a, 365/i, 365i, 365;, 365fc, 365Z. 365m, 
365w, 365o, and 365p to the said Code, all referring to the powers and duties 
of the California Highway Commission. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 205 

647— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An^act to empower the Fish and Game Commission to regulate and control the 

business of buying and selling fresh fish ; to License those engaged in selling or 

marketing fish ; and to provide penalties for violation of this act. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 
April 3 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. Re- referred to Com. on 

F. & G. 
April (I — From printer. To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
April 16 — Amended. To print, and re-engrossment. 
April 17 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, 

passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

648— Gates, Jan. 23. To Com. on P. & R. 

An act authorizing the use of convict labor on State highways or State roads ; 
providing for the compensation of such convict labor ; regulating the handling 
of such convict labor; providing for payment of compensation to the depend- 
ents of such convicts ; providing for a forfeiture of such compensation ; pro- 
viding for creation of prisoners recreation and educational fund ; providing for 
manner of payment of compensation to said convicts upon release on parole 
or release or discharge from prison ; authorizing allowance of extra good time 
credits for such labor ; providing penalties for interference with such convict 
labor ; and repealing an act authorizing the use of convict labor on State 
highways or State roads ; providing for the compensation of such convict 
labor ; regulating the handling of such convict labor ; providing for pay- 
ment of compensation to the dependents of such convicts ; providing for a 
forfeiture of such compensation ; providing for creation of prisoners recreation 
and educational fund ; providing for manner of payment of compensation to 
said convicts upon release on parole or release or discharge from prison ; 
authorizing allowance of extra good time credits for such labor; providing 
penalties for interference with such convict labor and repealing all other 
acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith, approved June 9, 1923, and repeal- 
ing all other acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

649— Gates, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 637 of the Penal Code of the State of California relating 

to the protection of fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 1 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 9 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 



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650— Gates, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 629 of the Penal Code of the State of California 

relating to the protection of fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
•April 1 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, and re-engrossment. 
April 2 — From printer. To re-engrossment. 
April 3 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

651— Dennett, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626c of the Penal Code of the State of California 

relating to the protection of fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 15 — In. Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 362. 

652— Powers, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 626e of the Penal Code of the State of California relat- 
ing to the protection of fish and game. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Anril 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 363. 

653— Nelson, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 42S3 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries and 

fees of officers of counties of the fifty-fourth class. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 10— From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 
Mar. 31 — From printer. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 6 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollm. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 207 

654— Crowley, Jan. 23. To Com. on P. H. & Q. 

An act to amend section 3 of an act entitled "An act for the preservation of the 
public health of the people of the State of California and empowering the 
State Board of Health to enforce its provisions, and providing penalties for 
the violation thereof," approved March 23, 1907, as amended', relating to 
nuisances so as to repeal certain portions thereof relating to nuisance. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation: Be amended, and re-referred 
to Com. on Pub. II. & Q. 

Mar. IS — Read second time. Amended. To printer. Re-referred to Com. on 
Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — Reported correctly .engrossed. Amended. To print, and re-engross- 
ment. 

April 14 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

April 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 17 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

655— Dennett, Jan. 23. To- Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend sections 1610 and 1696 of the Political Code, relative to powers 

of trustees of school districts and the duties of teachers. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

656 — Crowley and others, Jan. 23. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act to aid commerce and navigation by authorizing certain improvements 
in and about South Basin and South Basin Canal and as a means thereof 
creating a reclamation district to be called and known as the "South Basin- 
South Basin Canal Reclamation District," fixing the boundaries thereof, pro- 
viding for the management and control thereof, vesting certain powers therein, 
and authorizing a method for the reclamation of the lands of said district ; 
and to aid and assist such works of reclamation granting to the city and 
county of San Francisco and its successors any title of the State in or to any 
public highways lying in said district with certain reservations ; and dis- 
solving any reclamation district wholly situate within the boundaries of 
said South Basin-South Basin Canal Reclamation District. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

657— West, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eft 

An act to amend an act entitled ''An Act to Establish and Support a Bureau 

of Labor Statistics," approved March 3, 1S83, as amended. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

658— West, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to provide for the issuance of duplicate bonds, warrants and other 
interest bearing obligations issued by the State of California or any political 
subdivision thereof, and to provide for the payment of the same when lost or 
destroyed. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






208 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

659— Slater, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be numbered 1731a, relating 
to the formation of a consolidated school district and for the government of 
the elementary and secondary schools therein by a board of education. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. <3 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time', passed; title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

660— Crowley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the organization of the 
Railroad Commission, to define its powers and duties and the rights, remedies, 
powers and duties of public utilities and their officers, and the rights and 
remedies of patrons of public utilities, and to provide penalties for offenses by 
public utilities, their officers, agents, and employees and by other persons and 
corporations, creating the "Railroad Commission fund" and appropriating the 
moneys therein to carry out the provisions of this act, and repealing title 
XV of part IV of division I of the Civil Code and all acts and parts of acts 
inconsistent with the provisions of this act. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

661— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the organization of 
the railroad commission, to define its powers and duties and the rights, 
remedies, powers and duties of public utilities and their officers and the 
rights and remedies of patrons of public utilities, and to provide penalties 
for offenses by public utilities, their officers, agents, and employees and by 
other persons and corporations, creating the "Railroad Commission Fund" 
and appropriating moneys therein to carry out the provisions of this act, 
and repealing title XV of part IV of division I of the Civil Code and all 
acts and parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

662— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1380 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to 

procedure in probate matters. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 
Mar. 4 — Amendments adopted. Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 
April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third reading. 
April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 23 — From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollmen 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 304. 



ent. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 209 

>63— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1543« of the Political Code, relating to the payment 

of interest on unpaid orders or demands against any school district. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

664— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1517 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to the 

sale and conveyance of the property of decedents. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 
Mar. 4 — Amendments adopted. Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 
April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1G — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 
April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 20— In Assembly. Rend first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

665— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. M. 

An act to amend sections 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325 and 32G of the Penal 

Code relating to lotteries. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 3 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 5 — Referred to Senator Christian as a Committee of One to amend. 

Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 6 — From printer. 
Mar. 9 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Referred to Senator Christian as a 

Committee of One to amend. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third 

reading. 
Mar. 10 — From printer. Reported correctly re-re-engrossed. 
Mar. 11 — Read third time. Passage refused. 

666— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1761 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to notices 

to relatives of persons under guardianings. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 
Mar. 4 — Amendments adopted. Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 
April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 23 — From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 



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210 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

667— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 628a of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and games 
Jan. 1'-". Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 2-1 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

G68— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 634 of the Penal Code, relative to the protection of 

fish and same. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

669— Allen (by request), Jan. 23. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 2 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the establish- 
ment and change of grade of public streets, lanes, alleys, courts, places and 
rights of way and of any of the following avenues of public travel, namely, 
tunnels, subways, viaducts, bridges or independent subterranean ways in 
municipalities and providing for the construction or improvement thereof, in 
cases where any damage to private property would result from such improve- 
ment and for the assessment of the costs, damages and expenses thereof, 
upon the property benefited thereby and to provide a system of local improve- 
ment bonds to represent the assessments for the costs, damages and expenses 
of such improvement and for the payment and effect of such bonds," approved 
June 16, 1913, as amended. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

670— Allen (by request), Jan. 23. To Com: on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 3 of an act entitled "An act to provide for local 
improvements upon streets, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and 
for the construction of sewers within municipalities, such act to be known 
as 'The Local Improvement Act of 1901' " which became a law under con- 
stitutional provision without the Governor's approval February 26, 1901, as 
amended. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

671— Allen, Jan. 23. To Com. on Mun Corp. 

An act to amend section 14 of an act entitled "An act to provide for work in and 
upon streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks within 
municipalities, and upon property and rights of way owned by municipalities, 
and for establishing and changing the grade of any such streets, avenues, 
lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and providing for the issuance and 
payment of street improvement bonds to represent certain assessments for the 
cost thereof and providing a method for the payment of such bonds,'' approved 
April 7, 1911, as amended, relating to completion of work by city. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third readii 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed, 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollnu 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 211 

672— Allen (by request), Jan. 23. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 9 of an acl entitled "An act to provide for the estab- 
lishment and change ot grade of public streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, 
places and rights of way forming the exterior boundaries of any municipality, 

whether partly or wholly within or without said boundaries, or extending into 
the territory of two or men 1 municipalities or extending into the territory of 
one or more municipalities and unincorporated territory, and providing for 
work upon and the improvement thereof, and providing for the construction of 
sanitary and storm sewers, drains and drainage systems, together with any and 
all appurtenances and appurtenant work in connection with any of such work 
or improvements; to assess the whole or any portion of the costs and expenses 
thereof upon private property, and to provide for a system of local improve- 
ment bonds to represent the assessments for such costs and expenses and for 
the payment and effect of such bonds,*' approved April 21. 1011. as amended. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 1.") — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third reading. 

Aprill6 — From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, 
title approved. To Assembly. 

April IS — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 2] — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate.^ Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly' enrolled. To Governor. 

May 21)— Pocket veto. 

673— Allen (by request), Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1610 of the Political Code by adding a new subdivision 
thereto to be numbered seventh, authorizing payment for lodging or boarding 
or boarding and lodging of a pupil under conditions named therein. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

674— Allen (by request), Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1612 of the Political Code, relating to the powers and 

duties of the governing boards of school districts 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

675 — Allen (by request), Jan. 23. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 3 of an act entitled "An act to provide for work upon 
streets, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and for the construction 
of sewers within municipalities," approved March IS, 18.85, as amended. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



212 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

676— Gray, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An acl to prevent the fraudulent operation of slot machine or coin receptacles, 
04; making or furnishing devices to defraud o waters of same, and prescribing 
penalties for a violation hereof. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 21 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 6 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 31 — Read second time. 

Mar. 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 13 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar. 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Mar. 19 — Vetoed by Governor. Veto sustained. 

• 

677— Canepa, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 628 of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24: — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

678— Canepa, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 628 of the Penal Code, relating to fish and game. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 24 — Referred to Senator Sample as a Committee of One to amend. Amended. 

To print, re-engrossment and third reading. 
Mar. 25 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on F. & G. 

679— Canepa, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 634 of the Penal Code, relating to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24— From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

680 — Inman and Sharkey, Jan. 23. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money for the purpose of placing a memorial tablet in 
"Memorial Grove," located in Capitol Park, in the City of Sacramento. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 16 — From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, 
title approved. To Assembly. 

April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

"May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 222. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 213 

681— Inman, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act authorizing the sending of the librarians of any -land all publicly sup- 
ported libraries in the State to meetings of the California Library Association 
and the payment of the expenses incident thereto. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

682— Inman, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to regulate the sanitation and maintenance of auto camps, to provide 

for the licensing, inspection and supervision of the same, and to provide 

penalties for the violation of the provisions hereof. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
Mar. 13— From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

Notice given of motion to reconsider on the next legislative day by Senator 

Swing. 
Mar. 17 — Reconsideration lapsed. To Assembly. 
' Mar. 18— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 
April G — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 7 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 10 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 13 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

683— Sharkey, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to regulate backing of locomotives on common carriers. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

684— Sharkey, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend sections 1, 5 and 7 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
formation, management and dissolution of county lire protection districts, and 
annexations thereto, setting forth the powers of such districts and providing 
for levying and collecting taxes on property in such districts to defray the 
expenses thereof," approved May 23, 1923, relating to organization and 
management of fire protection districts. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 31 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third .reading. 

April 1 — From printer. To re-engrossment. 

April 2 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 
approved. To Assembly. 

April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 10 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



214 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

685— Sharkey, Jan. 23. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the work in and upon 
streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks within munic- 
ipalities and upon property and rights of way owned by municipalities, and 
for establishing and changing the grades of any such streets, avenue, lanes, 
alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and providing for the issuance and pay- 
ment of street improvement bonds to represent certain assessments for the 
cost thereof and providing a method for the payment of such bonds" (approved 
April 7, 1911), by adding a new section thereto to be numbered 101, relating 
to alternative plans and specifications and procedure to be followed in rela- 
tion thereto. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Fob. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

686— Sharkey, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 737666, 
relating to the salaries of the Superior Court judges of Contra Costa County. 
Jan. 2.3 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

687— Sharkey, Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act'to amend section 634 of the Penal Code, relative to the protection of fish 

and game. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Fob. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

688— Sharkey, Jan. 23. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4242 of the Political Code, relating to salaries, fees 

and compensation of county officers of counties of the thirteenth class. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. * 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

689— Sharkey, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1583 of the Political Code, relating to joint school 

districts. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 13 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 2.3 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 

690 — Sharkey (by request), Jan. 23. To^Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 10 of an act entitled "Improvement Act of 1911." 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 215 

691— Handy, Jan. 23. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to provide for the appointment of a commission to make an investigation 

of a maimer of taxing oil and oil producing property. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Feb. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Amendments be adopted. 

Re-referred to Com. on Rev. & Tax. 
Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Re re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

692— Kline, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered ~30q, relating 

to salaries of judges of the superior court in Riverside County. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

693— Fellom, Jan. 23. To Com. on L. & C. 

An act to amend sections 1, 2. 3 and 4 of an act entitled' "An act regulating 
private employment agencies, providing for a license for the operation thereof 
and a fee therefor, providing forms of receipts and registers to be used and 
kept, prohibiting any charge for registering or filing application for help or 
employment, prohibiting the dividing of fees, providing for the refunding of 
fees and expenses in the event of failure to procure employment, and granting 
the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics the power to prescribe 
rules and regulations «to carry out the purpose and intent of this act," approved 
June 3, 1913, as amended, relating to definitions, licenses, and what must be 
stated in applications therefor, giving to the Commissioner of Labor the 
power to revoke or refuse to grant licenses and providing penalties for operat- 
ing an agency, directly or indirectly, without a license, for transferring or 
accepting any interest therein without permission from the commissioner, or 
for failing to list in the application all persons financially interested in the 
agency in question. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 2(1 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 
to Com. on L. & C. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 2<; — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Amended. To print; re-engrossment', and third reading. 

April 2 — From printer. To. re-engrossment. 

April 3 — Reported correcth- re-engrossed. 

April (> — Read third time, passed. Title approved. To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on L. & C. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, and amended. To printer. 

April 21 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 20— rocket \eto. 

694— Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to pay the claim of Percy E. Towne and refer A. Breen against the 

State of California. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April G — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assemblv. 
April 7— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M*. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24— Read third time. Refused passage. • 



216 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

695— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher 

against the State of California. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

696— Gray, Jan. 23. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act concerning the waterfront of the city and county of San Francisco 
and authorizing the State Harbor Commissioner to pay fines levied by the 
Interstate Commerce Commission in connection with the operation of the 
belt railroad out of the San Francisco harbor improvement fund in an 
amount not exceeding $900. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 2G — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 3 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
Referred to Senator Nelson as a Committee of One to amend. Amended. To 
print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 4 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Mar. 6 — Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. To third reading. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

April 14: — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com on W. & M. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24- — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

697— Gray, Jan. 23. To Com. on C.& N. 

An act empowering and authorizing the Board of State Harbor Commissioners 
to insure against loss or damage by lire or other disaster .the property of the 
State of California located on the water front of San Francisco, California. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

Mar. 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 17 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar. 26 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Mar. 30 — Vetoed by Governor^ To unfinished business. 

April 1 — Veto sustained. 

698— Gray, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 2552 of the Political Code. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 16 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 20— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 
•April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 223. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 217 

699— Canepa, Jan. 23. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act concerning the waterfront of the City and County of San Francisco and 
authorizing the Board of State Harbor Commissioners to expend the sum of 
$25,000 for advertising the port of San Francisco in foreign publications and 
in newspapers published in the United States for the purpose of promoting 
traffic through said port, and authorizing the withdrawal of said moneys from 
the San Francisco Harbor Improvement Fund. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 6 — Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. To third reading. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com. on W. & M. 

April 16— From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

700— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1559 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to 

brokers' commissions on such sales. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 
Mar. 4 — Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. Re-referred to 

Com. on Jud. 
April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

701— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1617^ of the Political Code, relating to the sale or 
leasing of school property unoccupied by any public school by boards of 
education, or other governing boards, in cities and having jurisdiction over 
both the elementary and high school districts embracing such cities, boards 
of trustees of any school district, boards of trustees of any high school 
district and boards of trustees of union high school or joint union high 
school districts. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






218 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

702 — Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend sections 1552, 1554, and 1561 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 

relating to probate sales of real estate. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. .'! — From committee with recommendation: Be amended. 
.Mar. 4 — Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. Re-referred to 

( Jom. on Jud. 
April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
April 17 — From printer, to engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time To Com. on Jud. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. 
April 23 — From printer. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

703 — Ingram, Jan. 23. Without reference to committee. 

An act making an appropriation to meet a deficiency in the appropriation for 
printing and distributing constitutional amendments submitted to the voters 
at the election held November 4, 1924. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. Without reference to 
committee. Made case urgency. Article IV, section 15 of constitution 
suspended. Read second time. Urgency clause adopted. Considered correctly 
engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Jan. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. Without reference to committee. 
Made case urgency. Article IV, section 15 of constitution suspended. Read 
second time. Urgency clause adopted. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Senate. 

Jan. 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Jan. 27 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 5. 

704— Kline, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act amending section 737 of the Political Code of the State of California. 

relating to the salaries of judges of the Superior Court of counties within 

the State of California. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

705— Powers, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 627 of the Penal Code, relating to trespass. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

Mar. 13 — From printer. To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

AprillO — From printer. To engrossment. 

AprillS — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 20 — Read second time, and amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 22— In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollmeur. 
April 24 — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 219 

706 — Inman, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1269 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to 
escheat and unclaimed estates and property and to proceedings relating 
thereto. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 11 — Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

707— Taylor, Jan. 23 To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend section 5 of an act entitled "An act to provide for and 
regulate primary elections, and providing a method for choosing the delegates 
for political parties to state conventions and for nominating electors of 
President and Vice President of the United States, and providing for the 
election of party county central committees, and to repeal the act approved 
April 7, 1911, known as the direct primary law, and also to repeal the act 
approved December 24. 1911, amending sections 1, 3, 5, 7. 10, 12, 13, 22, 23, 
and 24, of the said direct primary law, and also to repeal all other acts 
or parts of acts inconsistent with or in conflict with the provisions of this 
act," approved June 16, 1913, as amended. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 21 — From committee without recommendation. 

708— Taylor, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act requiring publication of certain legal notices to be had in newspapers 

in certain localities. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer: 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with amendments. 
Mar. 4 — Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. Re-referred to 

Com. on Jud. m 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

709— Johnson, A. B., Jan. 23. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend sections 5 and 6 of an act entitled "An act to conserve the 
fish supply in California by empowering the Fish and Game Commission to 
regulate and control the handling of fish or other fishery products for the 
purpose of preventing- deterioration or waste; to establish grades to which 
the fish or other fishery products offered for delivery to canneries or pre- 
servers or to the fresh fish market must conform : to make regulations to 
insure the proper handling and delivery of fish or fishery products to canners, 
preservers or fresh fish dealers ; to regulate and control the use of fish or other 
fishery products for reduction purposes, and to provide penalties for any 
violation of any of the provisions of this act," approved May 25\ 1919, as 
amended May IS, 1921. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

710— Chamberlin and Pedrotti, Jan. 23. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 737t> of the Political Code, relating to the salaries of 

the superior judges of San Francisco, Los Angeles and Alameda Counties. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24— To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






.^20 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

711 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1305 of the Penal Code, relating to the forfeiture of 
the undertaking of bail, or the money deposited instead of bail, and the 
discharge of forfeiture thereof. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. • 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

712— Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend sections 4014, 4015 and 4016, of the Political Code, relating 

to judicial townships and the officers thereof. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass ak amended. 
April 16 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
April 17 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

713 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Corp. 

An act to amend section 361a of the Civil Code, relating to the transfer as a 

whole of the business franchise and property of corporations. 
Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 15 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Corp. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

714 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Corp. 

An act relating to and providing for the formation, organization and manage- 
ment of corporations for the purpose of receiving and maintaining a fund 
or funds and applying the income and principal thereof to promote the well- 
being of mankind. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 25 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 25 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 14 — From committee with recomnn ndation : Do pass as amended. 

April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 16 — From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Eenate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 






SENATE PINAL HISTORY. 221 

715 — Chamberlin, Jan. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act regulating the giving of bond in criminal ca§es. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 24: — From committee without recommendation. 

716 — Fellom (by request), Jan. 23. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act providing for the organization and 
regulation of reciprocal or interinsurance exchanges, to be known as 'The 
Reciprocal or Interinsurance Act of the State of California,' and repealing 
the act entitled 'An act providing for reciprocal and interexchange or indem- 
nities, prescribing regulations therefor and fixing a license fee, and repealing 
an act entitled "An act defining certain classes of contracts for the exchange 
of indemnity, prescribing regulations therefor, and fixing a license fee," 
approved December 24, 1011,' " approved May 26, 1917, as amended, relating 
to reciprocal and interinsurance exchanges. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recolnniendation. 

717— Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

An act to amend chapter 9 of title IX, of part III of the Political Code, 
embracing sections 3839 to 3856, both inclusive, providing for the levy and 
collection of poll taxes pursuant to the provisions of section 12 of article 
XIII of the State constitution as adopted November 4, 1924. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

718— Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to prevent the unauthorized use and disposition of, and traffic in human 
bodies, to prescribe the keeping of proper records, to promote medical 
education and public health by regulating the disposition and utilization of 
the unclaimed dead, to provide penalties for the violation of this act and to 
repeal sections 3094 and 3095 of the Political Code and all other acts or 
portions of acts in conflict with this act. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 11 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 12 — From printer. To re-engrossment. 

Mar. 13 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 
approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 



222 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

719— Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend section 11 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
formation, government, operation, and dissolution of sanitary districts in any 
part of the State, for the construction of sewers, and other sanitary purposes; 
the acquisition of property thereby ; the calling and conducting of elections 
in such districts ; the assessment, levy, collection, custody, and disbursement 
of taxes therein ; the issuance and disposal of the bonds thereof, and the 
determination of their validity, and making provision for the payment of such 
bonds, and the disposal of their proceeds," approved March 31, 1891, as 
amended, relating to sanitary districts. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 4 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 5 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 10— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 7 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

720— Jones, Jan. 23. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend sections 2 and 3 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
establishment and maintenance of a Bureau of Tuberculosis under the direc- 
tion of the State Board of Health ; defining its powers and duties ; providing 
for the granting of State aid to cities, counties, cities and counties . and 
groups of counties for the support and care of persons affected with tuber- 
culosis ; making an appropriation therefor, and repealing certain acts of the 
Legislature of the State of California," approved June 12, 1915, as amended. 

Jan. 23 — Read first time. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 19 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 20 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H & Q. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April.16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

721— Baker, Jan. 24. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act authorizing the acquisition, construction, improvement, maintenance 
and control of the uncompleted portions of the system of State highways 
described and contemplated by an act entitled "An act authorizing the con- 
struction, acquisition, maintenance and control of a system of State highways 
in the State of California, specifying the work, fixing the payments to be 
made by counties for moneys expended therein ; providing for the issuance and 
sale of State bonds, and creating a fund for the construction and acquisition 
of such system ; creating a sinking fund for the payment of said bonds ; and 
providing for the submission of this act to a vote of the people," approved 
March 22, 1909, and approved, ratified and adopted by the people of the 
State of California at the general election held in the month of November, 
1910, and known and cited as the "Stale Highways Act," and for the loca- 
tion, grading, acquiring rights of way, culverts, bridges, gravel surfacing of 
roads and certain extensions therefrom ; specifying the work ; providing for 
the issuance and sale of State bonds- to create a fund for the construction, 
improvement and acquisition of the incompleted portions of said system and 
certain extensions therefrom ; for the location, grading, acquiring of rights of 
way, culverts, bridges, gravel surfacing of roads ; creating a revolving fund 
to be used by the State Department of Engineering for the purposes of this 
act ; creating a sinking fund for the payment of said bonds ; and providing for 
the submission of this act to a vote of the people. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 223 

722— Crowley, Jan. 24. To Com. on M. V. 

An act to provide for (ho equipping of automobiles with illuminated number 

plates. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

723— Allen, Jan. 24. To Com. on P. & R. 

An act to amend sections 673, 674, and 675 of the Penal Code, and to repeal an 
act entitled "An act to establish a Board of Parole Commissioners for the 
parole of and the government of parole prisoners, and repealing an act to 
amend an act entitled 'An act to establish a Board of Parole Commissioners 
for the parole of and the government of parole commissioners,' approved 
March 23, 1893," approved June 16, 1913, as amended, relating to parole and 
civil rights of prisoners. 

Jan. 24— Read first time. To printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 10 — From committee witb recommendation: Do pass. 

April 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 15 — Reported correctly engrossed. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, 
and third reading. 

April Ki — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

April 17 — To unfinished business. 

724— Murphy, Jan. 24. To Com. on Bkg. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to define and regulate the business of 
banking," approved March 1, 1909, as amended, designated the "bank act," 
by adding a new section thereto to be numbered section 9o. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

725 — Lyon, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the forfeiture of certain 
lands to the State in the event of the nonpayment of delinquent interest 
upon any part of the unpaid portion of the purchase price thereof, together 
with penalties and costs as herein provided, as well as for the forfeiture of 
all moneys previously paid thereon, whether for principal or interest ; prescrib- 
ing the duties of certain public officers with respect thereto; providing for 
the giving of notice hereof ; prescribing certain remedies ; and making an 
appropriation for the purposes of this act," approved May 24, 1917, by adding 
thereto supplemental provisions demanding payment of all interest now due 
and to become due upon the unpaid residue of the purchase price of the 
lands therein mentioned, prescribing penalties, costs and forfeiture for non- 
payment thereof, and making an appropriation to defray the cost of publishing 
the notices herein required. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

726— Murphy, Jan. 24. To Com. on F. & G. 

An act to amend section 634 of the Penal Code, relative to the protection of 

fish and game. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



224 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

727— Fellom and Chamberlin, Jan. 24. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to establish the California State Historical Association, providing for 
the appointment of a board of trustees for said association and making an< 
appropriation for its support during the seventy-seventh and seventy-eighth 
fiscal year. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 
on Fin. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 10 — From committee. Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment., 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

728— Sample, Jan. 24. To Com. on Rev. "& Tax. - 

An act to amend chapter IX of part III of the Political Code, embracing sections 
3839 to 3856 inclusive, relating to the levy and collection of poll taxes, pur- 
suant to the provisions of section 12 of article XIII of the State constitution 
as adopted November 4, 1924. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

729— Sample, Jan. 24. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act limiting the hours' of labor, or hours on duty, of employees or members 
of paid fire departments of any county, city and county, city, town, district, 
or other political subdivision of the State, and prescribing penalties for viola- 
tions of this act. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

730— Gray, Jan. 24. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act concerning the acquisition by the Board of State Harbor Commission- 
ers of lands lying seaward of the waterfront line of the city and county of 
San Francisco for purposes of commerce and navigation. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

Mar. 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. 

Mar. 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 1 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 1 — Vetoed by Governor. Veto sustained. 

731— Gray, Jan. 24. To Com. on C, & N. 

An act making an appropriation for an addition to the Ferry Building, San 

Francisco. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 225 

732 — Slater (by request), Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 3618a of the Political Code, relating to the correction 

of any error in the assessment of land or any subsequent step in the collection 

of the taxes thereon. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended and re-referred to 

Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. 

Re-referred to Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 18 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third reading. 
Mar. 19 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 20 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
Mar. 20— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
Mar. 27 — From committee witl recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read .second time. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 6 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 117. 

733 — Taylor, Jan. 24. To Com. on Cons. 

An act to provide for the prevention of forest fires in the San Dimas and Live 
Oak Canyons and canyons adjacent thereto in the San Gabriel Mountains, 
California, and to make an appropriation therefor. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. *" 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 12 — Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

734— Young, Jan. 24. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act appropriating money for the support of the State teachers colleges. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

735— Young, Jan. 24. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to provide for the establishment of a highway, to be known as the Bay 
Shore Highway, in the counties of San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa 
Clara. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

736 — Canepa, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to regulate the renting of canoes and small boats for use on rivers. 

Jan. 24. — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

—Young, Jan. 24. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act amending section 1 of an act entitled "An act authorizing and directing 
the California Highway Commission to lay out and acquire a right of way or 
rights of way for a highway or highways from, the county line of the city and 
county of San Francisco, in, to and through San Mateo County, and to con- 
struct the same at a location or locations to be selected by said commission ; 
declaring and establishing the same as a State highway or State highways ; 
authorizing any county or city and county to contribute money or property 
toward the construction and maintenance of said highway or highways ; 
authorizing the California Highway Commission to accept said contributed 
money or property and to place the same and any other unappropriated money 
which may come under the control of said California Highway Commission 
in the general fund of the California Highway Commission, which fund is 
hereby created," approved May 18, 1923; also amending the title of said act. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

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226 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

738— Gray, Jan. 24. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act to amend sections 4 and 5 of au act entitled "An act concerning the 
waterfront of the city and county of San Francisco," approved June 3, 1921, 
and adding a new section thereto to be numbered 4a. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. (I — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & X. 

Mar. 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. 

Mar. 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 2 — Vetoed by Governor. Veto sustained. 

739— Boggs, Jan. 24. To Com. on Corp. 

An act to amend section 307 of the Civil Code, relating to the election of 

directors of corporations. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

740— Inman, Jan. 24. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act to provide that a certain highway beginning at a point on Del Paso 
Boulevard where said Del Paso Boulevard intersects the easterly limits of 
the city of North Sacramento, Sacramento County, and extending in an 
easterly direction to the easterly end of said Del Paso Boulevard ; thence 
extending easterly to the righi of way of the Central Pacific Railroad ; thence 
extending northerly immediately adjacent to said Central Pacific Railroad 
right of way to the southerly limits of the city of Roseville, in Placer County, 
shall become a State highway on approval of such highway by the State 
Highway Commission, and presenting under what conditions said highway 
shall be approved. 

Jan. 24: — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

741 — Inman, Jan. 24. To Coin, on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the classifica- 
tion of municipal corporations," approved March 2, 1883, as amended, relat- 
ing to municipal corporations. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment^ and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 3 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

742— Gates, Jan. 24. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act declaring a certain highway extending from Oreville, Butte County, in 
a northeasterly direction to Quincy, Plumas County, to be a State highway : 
providing for the acquiring of rights of way and construction of the State 
highway and making an appropriation therefor. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24: — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE PINAL HISTORY. 227 

743— Gates, Jan. 24. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act providing for the building <>L" a causeway across the Suiter by-pass in 
Sutter County, State of California and making an appropriation therefor. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 17 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third reading 

April 3 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 
on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Re-referred to Com. on W. & M. From committee with recommenda- 
tion : Do pass. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

744 — Chamberlin, Jan. 24. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code to be called 3631a, relating 

to assessment and taxation. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer; From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

745 — Chamberlin, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1691 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to estates 

assigned or distributed to nonresidents. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

746 — Chamberlin, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1797 of the Code of Civil Procedure-, relating to the 

removal of property of a nonresident ward. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

747 — Chamberlin, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1577 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to the 

mortgage and lease by executors, administrators and guardians. 
Jan. 24. — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

748 — Chamberlin, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1667 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to the 

distribution of estates of nonresident decedents. 
Jan. 24. — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



L9 — Chamberlin, Jan. 24. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 4531 of the Civil Code, relating to filing of annual 

statements with Insurance Commissioner by assessment corporations. 
Jan. 24. — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24- — From committee without recommendation. 



228 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

750 in i) Kin, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to repeal section <;72 of the Civil Code, relating to aliens. 

Jan. 2 1.— Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24— From connmitrtee without recommendation.- 

751 — Inman, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1404 of the Civil Code, relating to aliens. 

Jan. 24. — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

752— Inman, Jan. 24. To Com. on Gov. Eft. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code of the State of California, to 
be numbered section 73S&, relating to salaries of judges of the superior court 
of Sacramento County, and repealing all parts of acts in conflict therewith. 

Jan. 24. — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

753— Hurley, Jan. 24. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to provide for the approval of plans for the construction or alteration 
of county jails by the Immigration and Housing Commission. 

Jan. 24. — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 12 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

Mar. 30 — From committee w r ith recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 31 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 1 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 2 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 13 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 73. 

754 — Lyon, Jan. 24. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend sections 17, 23, 30, and 32 of the "State Housing Act," 
approved June 15, 1923, relating to dwellings and areas of courts and window 
area and height of rooms. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. Re-referred to Com. on 
Pub. H. & Q. 

Mar. 17— From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 27 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. IT. & Q. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 13 — Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 285. 

755 — Inman, Jan. 24. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to amend an act entitled, "An act to provide for the organization and 
government of irrigation districts, and to provide for the acquisition or 
construction thereby of works for the irrigation of the lands embraced 
within such districts, and, also, to provide for the distribution of water for 
irrigation purposes," is hereby amended to read as follows : 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24: — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 220 

756 — Inman, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add four new sections to the Code of Civil Procedure to be num- 
bered 2090, 2091, 2092 and 2092 a, relating to the procedure for establishing 
citizenship. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

757 — Inman, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An ad providing for and relating to damages resulting from or caused by the 
acquisition of a water supply or taking, diverting and transporting of water 
from a watershed and from the lands, streams and waters therein, to and for 
use in and by municipal corporations and providing for compromise, arbitration 
and settlement and payment of claims for any such damage and empowering 
and authorizing municipal corporations and persons, firms and corporations 
furnishing water to or for use in municipal corporations to pay, .compromise, 
arbitrate and settle any and all damage caused, or claimed to nave been 
caused, by the acquiring of such land or water, or the taking, diverting or 
transporting the same for the purposes aforesaid, fixing the time for the 
presentment of such claims and relating generally to such damages. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. 
To Com. on Jud. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6— Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 

April 7 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

April 13 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 20 — Read second time, and amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

May 1 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 109. 

758 — Gray, Jan. 24. To Com. on Ins. 

An act to amend section 633a of the Political Code, relating to insurance. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April IS — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

759 — Taylor (by request), Jan. 24. To Com. on Elec. 

An act regulating the mechanical construction of machines to be us eel at 

elections. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From com m ittee without recommendation. 



230 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

760— Ingram, Jan. 24. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 475 of the Political Code, relating to clerks, phono- 
graphic reporter, service agent and stenographers of the Attorney General's 
office by authorizing the appointment of two additional stenographers in such 
office; and making an appropriation to pay the salaries of such additional 
stenographers during the seventy-seventh and seventy-eighth fiscal years. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Re-re- 
ferred to Com. on Fin. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third 
reading. 

April 3 — From printer. 

April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 365. 

761— Ingram, Jan. 24. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to amend section 472 of the Political Code, relating to the duties of the 
Attorney General and the appointment of assistants and deputies in such 
office, by prescribing the number and fixing the salaries of such assistants and 
deputies ; and making a supplemental appropriation to be applied toward the 
payment of such salaries during the seventy-seventh and seventy-eighth fiscal 
years. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
■ Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 11 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended, and 
re-referred to Com. on Fin. Re-referred. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third 
reading. 

April 3 — From printer. 

April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 
Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 286. 

762— Allen, Jan. 24. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to require nonresidents of the State of California to pay the cost of 

educating their children in the schools of the State. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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231 



763— Hollister, Jan. 24. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4290 of the Political Code, relating to fees and salaries 

of county officers. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 12 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 13 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
Mar. 24 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 25 — Read second time. 
April 24 — Re-referred to Com. on Co. Gov. 

764— Hurley, Jan. 24. To Com. on Pub. U. 

An act to provide for an investigation of the advantages and disadvantages of 
publicly and privately owned utilities for the production and distribution of 
electricity and water ; and to provide for the appointment of a committee to 
make such investigation ; to provide for their powers and duties and to make 
an appropriation to carry out the provisions of this act. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

765— Gray, Jan. 24. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act to open and dedicate as a public street a certain strip of submerged 
land one hundred fifty (150) feet wide known as First Avenue South and 
as Arthur Avenue, extending from Third Street, formerly Kentucky Street, 
to Xewhall Street, in the city and county of San Francisco, and to grant said 
strip of land for that purpose to the city and county of San Francisco, and 
repealing acts inconsistent herewith. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 2 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. U — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 4 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 11 — Read second time. 

Mar. 19 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

Mar. 20 — From printer. 

Mar. 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 2 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 2 — Vetoed by Governor. Veto sustained. 

r 66— Sharkey, Jan. 24. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1576 of the Political Code, relating to separate school 

districts. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
P'eb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



r 67 — Sharkey (by request), Jan. 24. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to provide for the establishment, government and maintenance of 
regional or county planning commissions and prescribing their powers and 
duties. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation, 



232 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

768 — Sharkey (by request), Jan. 24. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An net lo amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the con- 
solidation of municipal corporations," approved June 11, 1913, relating to 
determination of population. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

769 — Sharkey (by request), Jan. 24. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act (o amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the alteration 
of the* boundaries of and for the annexation of territory to municipal cor- 
porations, for the incorporation of such annexed territory in and as a part 
thereof, and for the districting, government and municipal control of such 
annexed territory," approved June 11, 1913, as amended April 29, 1915, 
relating to municipal boundaries. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To priater. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

770— Jones, Jan. 24. To Com. on Pub. C. & C. 

An act to establish the California Women's Reformatory, to provide for the 
reformation, confinement and care of adult women offending against the laws 
of the State, and to make an appropriation to carry out the purposes of 
this act. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

'Feb. 24 — To committee. - 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

771 — Jones, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1207 of the Civil Code, relating to defectively acknowl- 
edged instruments. 

Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Feb. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Feb. 26 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. Reported 
correctly engrossed. 

Feb. 27 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 2 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

772 — Jones; Jan. 24. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 4035 of the Political Code, relating to the salaries, fees 

and expenses of officers in counties of the sixth class. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

773 — Jones, Jan. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1187 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to mechan- 
ics' liens. 
Jan. 24 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

774— Crowley, Mar. 2. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 129 of the Civil Code, relating to the domicile and place 

of residence of the parties in an action for divorce. 
Mar. 2 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 3 — From printer. To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 9 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 10 — From printer. To engrossment. 
• April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 
April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 287. 



SENATE PINAL HISTORY. 233 

775— Hollister, Mar. 2. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act appropriating money for the purchase 'of additional land for the State 

Teachers College at Santa Barbara. 
Mar. 2 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 3 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee without recommendation. Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 1 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Univ. 
April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to 

Com. on W. & M. 
April 16— From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 366. 

776— Sharkey, Mar. 2. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1313 of the Civil Code, relating to restrictions on 

devises for charitable uses. 
Mar. 2 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 3 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 11 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 7 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 6 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 118. 

777— Sample, Mar. 2. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act to amend sections 4 and 5 of an act entitled "An act conveying certain 
tidelands and lands lying under inland navigable waters, situate in the bay of 
San Diego, to the city of National City, in furtherance of navigation and 
commerce and the fisheries, and providing for the government, management 
and control thereof," approved April 27, 1923. 

Mar. 2 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 3 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 6 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 11 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 11 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

Mar. 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. 

Mar. 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

Mar. 18 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 1 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 9 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 50. 

778— Lyons, Mar. 3. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to repeal section 13 of "The State Medical Act," approved June 2, 1913, 

as amended, relating to reciprocity licenses. 
Mar. 3 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 4 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 26 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading 
Mar. 27 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 10 — From committee without recommendation as amended. 
April 13 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 21— Re-referred to Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 



234 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

779— Gates, Mar. 3. To Com. on D., S. & 0. L. 

An act to amend section 3465 of the Political Code, relating to swamp and 

overflowed salt marsh and tidelands. 
Mar. 3 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 4 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 
Mar. 13 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 

approved. To Assembly. 
Mar. 16— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O. L. 
Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
Mar. 30 — Read second time. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 2 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 15 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

780— Crowley, Mar. 3. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend sections 6 and 8 of an act entitled "An act regulating the 
sanitary conditions of bakeries, prescribing conditions connected with the 
manufacture and sale of bakery products and fixing penalties for violation of 
the provisions thereof," approved June 2, 1921, as amended, relating to wrap- 
ping of bread. 

Mar. 3 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 4 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee, without recommendation. 

781— Creighton, Mar. 3. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to amend section 1757 of the Political Code, relating to the levying of 

taxes for high school buildings and maintenance. 
Mar. 3 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 4 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

782— Hollister, Mar. 3. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act granting certain tidelands and submerged lands of the State of Cali- 
fornia to the city of Santa Barbara subject to certain trusts. 

Mar. 3 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 4 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 2 — Read second time. 

April 3 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 6 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 13 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 78. 

783— Hurley, Mar. 3. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act tch amend section 19c of an act entitled "An act to be known as the 
Juvenile Court Law", and concerning persons under the age of twenty-one 
years ; and in certain cases providing for their care, custody and maintenance : 
providing for the probationary treatment of such persons, and for the commit- 
ment of such persons to the Whittier State School and the Preston School of 
Industry, the California School for Girls, and other institutions ; establishing 
probation officers and a probation committee to deal with such persons and 
fixing the salary thereof; providing for the establishment of detention homes 
for such persons ; fixing the method of procedure and treatment or commit- 
ment where crimes have been committed by such persons, providing for the 
punishment of those guilty of offenses with reference to such persons, and 
defining such crimes ; and repealing the Juvenile Court Law approved March 8, 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 235 

1909, as amended by an act approved April 5, 1911, and as amended by an act 
approved June 16, 1913, and all amendments thereof and all acts or parts of 
acts inconsistent herewith," approved June 5, 1915, as amended. 

Mar. 3 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 4 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 16 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 18 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 23 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 6 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 7 — From printer. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 224. 

784 — Johnson, A. B., Mar. 4. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to allow unincorporated cities, towns and districts to equip and maintain 

a fire department. 
Mar. 4 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 5 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. 
Mar. 25 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
Mar. 26 — Referred to Senator A. B. Johnson as a Committee of One to amend. 

Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
Mar. 27 — From printer. To re-engrossment. 
Mar. 30 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

Mar. 31 — Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third reading. 
April 1 — From printer. 
April 2 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read third time, passed, title 

approved. To Assembly. 
April 3 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 13 — Read second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29 — Pocket veto. 

785— Sharkey, Mar. 4. To Com. on Ir. 

An act to amend section 4 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the dissolu- 
tion of irrigation districts, the ascertainment and discharge of their indebted- 
ness, and the distribution of their property," approved February 10, 1923, as 
amended, relating to procedure and voting upon the question of dissolution. 

Mar. 4 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 5 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 25 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 25 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ir. 

786— Creighton, Mar. 4. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 737w, relating 

to salaries of judges in Kern County. 
Mar. 4 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 5 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 









236 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS 

787— West, Mar. 9. To Com. on Mnfs. 

An act to amend section 3 of an act entitled "An act defining mattresses ; regu- 
lating the making, remaking, and sale thereof; prohibiting the use of unsani- 
tary and unhealthy materials therein; requiring that materials used shall be 
accurately described, and the percentage of materials used in each mattress 
staled, and prescribing the manner in which mattresses shall be labeled; and 
making the violation of any of the provisions of this act a misdemeanor, and 
repealing legislation inconsistent with this act," approved June 7, 1915, as 
amended, and to add two new sections thereto to be numbered 3a and 36 
respectively, relating to licenses. 

Mar. 9 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 26 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 31 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mnfs. 

April 7— From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 8 — Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

788— Young, Mar. 10. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act appropriating money for the erection and construction of buildings and 

improvements at the San Jose State Teachers College. 
Mar. 10 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 11 — From printer. 
Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

Re-referred. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, re-engrossment, and third 

reading. 
April 3 — From printer. 
April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Univ. 
April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Re-referred to Com. 

on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 288. 

789— Young, Mar. 10. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act appropriating money for the purchase and improvement of land for the 

San Jose State Teachers College. 
Mar. 10 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 11 — From printer. 
Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

Re-referred. 
April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 2 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 

reading. 
April 3 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 6 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on T. C. From committee 

with recommendation : Do pass, and be re-referred, to Com. on W. & M. 

Re-referred. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 289. 






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190 Canepa, Mar. 11. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure, to be numbered 
1381, relating to notices of application for administration to be given to con- 
sular representatives of foreign countires where the application for adminis- 
tration is made upon the estates of their deceased nationals. 

Mar. 11 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 12 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 27 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 
reading. 

Mar. 30— Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. »Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. From printer. Read third 
time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24— In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

791— Dennett, Mar. 11. To Com. on Cons. 

An act to provide for the prevention of forest fires in the Santa Cruz and Coast 
Range Mountains in the county of Santa Clara, and making an appropriation 
therefor. 

Mar. 11 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 12 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 18 — Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

792— Chamberlin, Mar. 11. To Com. on Jud. 

An act concerning and defining liability for participation in breaches of fiduciary 

obligations and to make uniform the law in reference thereto. 
Mar. 11 — Read first time. To printer. 
Mar. 12 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

793— Kline, Mar. 12. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to add a new section, to be numbered 15^, to an act entitled "An act to 
provide for work in and upon streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places 
and sidew r alks within municipalities, and upon property and rights of way 
owned by municipalities, and for establishing and changing the grades of any 
such streets, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places and sidewalks, and pro- 
viding for the issuance and payment of street improvement bonds to represent 
certain assessments for the cost thereof, and providing a method for the 
payment of such bonds," approved April 7, 1911, as amended, relating to 
bonds for the maintenance of street work. 

Mar. 12 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 13 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

794— Gray, Mar 13. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 403 of the Civil Code, relating to corporations. 

Mar. 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 16 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

Mar. 20 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 23 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 25 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 25 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 3 — Read second time. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 7 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

.May 20 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 248. 



FIN AT, CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

795— Murphy, Mar. 16. To Com. on Ed. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 1584a, relat- 
ing to the establishment of retirement systems for teachers in cities and cities 
and counties organized under freeholders charters. 

Mar. 16 — Read first time. 

Mar. 17 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

Mar. 24 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Ed. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 8 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

796— Allen, Mar. 18. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 9 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the estab- 
lishment and change of grade of public streets, lanes, alleys, courts, places and 
rights of way, and of any of the following avenues of public travel, namely, 
tunnels, subways, viaducts, bridges or independent subterranean ways in 
municipalities and providing for the construction or improvement thereof, in 
cases where any damage to private property would result from such improve- 
ment, and for the assessment of the costs, damages and expenses thereof upon 
the property benefited thereby, and to provide a system of local improvemeat 
bonds to represent the assessments for the costs, damages and expenses for 
such improvements, and for the payment and effect of such bonds," approved 
June 16, 1913, as amended, relating to awarding of contracts. 

Mar. 18 — Read first time. 

Mar. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

Mar. 27 — Read second time. Amended. To print engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 30 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 31 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 6 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, and amended. To printer. From printer. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 20 — Pocket veto. 

797— Taylor, Mar. 18. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 7 of an act entitled "An act authorinzing municipalities 
to declare noxious or dangerous weeds growing upon the streets or sidewalks, 
or upon private property within municipalities, to be a public nuisance creat- 
ing a lien upon the property fronting upon such streets or sidewalks or upon 
which such nuisance exists for the cost of abating the same," approved May 
26, 1915, as amended relating to the collection of liens. 

Mar. 18 — Read first time. 

Mar. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 10 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 14 — Reported correctly engrossed, 

April 15 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 






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798— Powers, Mar. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 1076 of the Penal Code, relating to challenges of 

jurors in criminal cases. 
Mar. 23— Read first time. 
Mar. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. Tq enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 290. 

799— Allen, Mar. 23. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to prohibit the operation of public eating places in rooms in which 
other lines of business are carried on, and providing penalties for the violation 
thereof. 

Mar. 23 — Read first time. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

800— Handy, Mar. 23. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to amend section 46 of the "Workmen's Compensation, Insurance and 

Safety Act," approved May 26, 1913, relating to compensation insurance. 
Mar. 23 — Read first time. 
Mar. 24 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

801— Kline, Mar. 23. To Com. on Fin. 

An act providing for the budgeting of State highway expenditures and a detailed 

program of highway construction and repairs. 
Mar. 23 — Read first time. 
Mar. 24 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

802— Murphy, Mar. 24. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add a new section to the Penal Code, to be numbered 640a, for the 
prevention of the fraudulent operation of slot machines or coin receptacles, or 
making or furnishing devices to defraud owners of the same, and prescribing 
penalties for the violation of the provisions thereof. 

Mar. 24 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 25 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

*i ar " 2 ~ — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

Mar. 30 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assemblv. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 14 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 291. 



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240 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

803— Boggs and Handy, Mar. 25. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to amend an act to provide for and regulate primary elections, and pro- 
viding- a method Tor choosing- the delegates for political parties to State conven- 
tions and for nominating- electors of President and Vice President of the 
United Stales, and providing for the election of party county central com- 
mittees, and to repeal the act^approved April 17, 1911, known as the Direct 
Primary Law, and also to repeal the act approved December 24, 1911, 
amending sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 22, 23, and 24 of the said Direct 
Primary Law, and also to repeal all other acts or parts of acts inconsistent 
with or in conflict with the provisions of this act. 

Mar. 25 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 27 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 14 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third 
reading. 

April 16 — From printer. To engrossmeut. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time. Refused passage. 

804— West, Mar. 27. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to add to the Code of Civil Procedure a new section to be known as 
section 302, relating to the practice by attorneys in the various courts of 
record of the State of California. 

Mar. 27 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 30 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 31 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 1 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 2 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 6 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 13 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 14 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

805— Pedrotti, Mar. 30. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act to appropriate money to pay the expenses of certain sewer improve- 
ments of benefit to the southern branch of the university of California, 
situated in the county of Los Angeles. 

Mar. 30 — Read first time. To printer. 

Mar. 31 — From printer. To committee. - 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on 
Fin. Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 9' — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 10 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29^-Pocket veto. 







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806— Nelson, Mar. 31. To Com. on Fin. 

An act appropriating money to pay the claim of Pearl E. Green against the 

State of California. 
Mar. Ml — Road first time. To printer. 
April 1 — From printer. To committee. 
April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 9 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 10— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved bv Governor. Chapter 472. Appropriation reduced by 

Governor from $5,000 to $2,500. 

807— Christian, Mar. 31. To Com. on Elec. 

An act to regulate the method of voting and electing candidates for judicial 
offices at primary and general elections by giving each office a designating 
number, for the purposes of elections where two or more judges or justices 
of any court of record are to be elected for the same term at the same election. 

Mar. 31 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 1 — From printer. To committee. 

April 15 — Withdrawn from committee. Placed on file. 

April 16 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time. Refused passage. 

808— Evans, April 1. To Com. on D., S. & 0. L. 

An act to amend section 2 of an act entitled "An act to create a flood control 
district to be called 'Los Angeles County Flood Control District' ; to pro- 
vide for the control and conservation of flood and storm waters, and for the 
protection of harbors, waterways, public highways and property in said 
district from damage from such waters, and for the construction of works 
and the acquisition of property therefor ; to authorize the incurring of indebt- 
edness and the voting, issuing and selling of bonds, and the levying and 
collecting of taxes by said district ; to provide for the government and 
control of said district, and to define the powers and duties of the officers 
thereof," approved June 12, 1915, relating to powers of such district. 

April 1 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 2 — From printer. To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved 
To Assembly. 

April 13— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on D., S. & O. L. 

April 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 20 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time. Amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

809— Tubbs, April 1. To Com. on Corp. 

An act to add section 309* to the Civil Code, relating to the authorization of 
the distribution of the capital stock or capital assets of a corporation among 
its stockholders, and the procedure therefor. 

April 1— Read first time. To printer. 

April 2 — From printer. To committee. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 8 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 9 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 9 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Corp. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. 

April 18 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate 

April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 23 — Reported correctly -enrolled. To Governor. 
• May 18 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 164. 

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242 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

810 Breed, April 1. To Coin, on Pub. IT. 

An act to amend sections 2. 40, and 60 of the "Public Utilities Act", approved 

April 2.">, 1915, as amended, relating to oil companies. 
April 1 — Read first time. 
April 2 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

811— Rush, April 1. To Com. on C. & N. 

An act to amend an act approved April 30, 1919, to amend an act entitled "An 
act to amend section 6 of an act entitled 'An act concerning the water 
front of the city and county of San Francisco' ". 

April 1 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 2 — From printer. To committee. ■ 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 13 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 15 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 16 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29— Pocket veto. 

812— Inman, April 1. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

An act to amend section 9 of an act entitled "An act to regulate the practice 
of optometry ; to provide for the appointment of a board of optometry, 
defining its duties and powers and prescribing a penalty for the violation 
of this act," approved June 16, 1913, as amended, relating to the disposition 
of fines. 

April 1 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 2 — From printer. To committee. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation: Do pass. Read second time. 
To engrossment and third reading. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 20— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Pub. H. & Q. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24: — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 29 — Pocket veto. 

813— Christian, April 2. To Com. on Gov. Eft 2 . 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to create a State Board of Accountancy 
and prescribe its duties and powers ; to provide for the examination of and 
issuance of certificates to qualified applicants, with the designation of certified 
public accountant; and to provide the grade of penalty for violations of the 
provisions hereof," approved March 23, 1901, as amended. 

April 2 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 3 — From printer. To committee. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 16 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time. Refused passage. 

814— Lyon, April 6. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to amend section 65366, relating to nonprofit cooperative associations. 

April 6 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 7 — From printer. To committee. 

April 13 — Withdrawn from committee and re-referred to Com. and Cons, From 

committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 14— Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 
April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
April 17 — Re-referred to Com. on Cons. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






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815— Dennett, April 6. To Com. on Gov. Eff* 

An act (o amend section I'M of the Political Code, relating to salaries of the 

judges of the superior courts. 
April (I — Read first time. To printer. 
April 8 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation: 

Do pass. Re-referred to Com. on Fin. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. 
April 15 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 
AprillG — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
AprillT — Read third time, passed, title amended. To printer. From printer. 

To Assembly. 
April 20— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended, and be 

re-referred to Com. on W. & M. Re-referred. 
April 23— From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 

second time. Amended. To printer. From printer. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 

816— Evans (by request), April 7. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act authorizing and empowering any city and county, or county, or city 
operating under freeholders' charter or otherwise, or any town, or any munic- 
ipal corporation, in the State of California, to donate and grant to the regents 
of the University of California, as a public trust for the State of California, 
any real property owned by it. or which it may hereafter acquire, within or 
without its corporate limits, for a site upon which the regents of the University 
of California may erect university buiraings or maintain grounds in connec- 
tion therewith ; and also authorizing and empowering any of the same to use 
such part of its funds as deemed necessary toward the acquisition of such a 
site, also authorizing the incurring of indebtedness for any of the purposes 
aforesaid, and validating, legalizing and ratifying any bonded indebtedness 
which may be incurred in furtherance of any such purpose, and all of the 
proceedings leading up to the issuance and the proposed issuance of bonds for 
any such purpose. 

April 7 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 8 — From printer. To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with, recommendation : Do pass as amended. 

April 10 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment, and third reading. 

April 13 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on T. C. 

April 15 — Re-referred to Com. on Univ. To committee. From committee with 
recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 20 — Reau third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 162. 

817— Johnson, A. B., April 7. To Com. on Jud. 

An act to validate certain bonds of certain irrigation districts and all proceed- 
ings, relative thereto, and to provide for the levy and collection of taxes to 
pay the principal and interest on such bonds. 

April T — Read first time. To printer. 

April 9 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 
Do pass. 

April 10 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 13 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 13 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Jud. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 18 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reporteo correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 19 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 225. 



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818— Sample, April 8. *To Com. on C. & N. 

An act granting in trust certain tide lands and lands lying under inland 
navigable waters, situate in the bay of San Diego to the city of Chula Vista, in 
furtherance of navigation and commerce and the fisheries, and providing for 
the government, management and control thereof. 

April 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 9 — From printer. To committee. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 13 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 15 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 1$ — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on C. & N. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass as amended. Read 
second time. Amended. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 11 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 120. 

819— Slater, April 8. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend section 19#14 of the "Juvenile Court Law," approved June 5, 
1915, relating to the salaries of probation officers in counties of the fourteenth 



April 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 9 — From printer. To committee. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 13 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 15 — Reported correctly engrossed. R.ead third time, passed, title approved. 

To Assembly. 
April 16 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Co. Gov. . 
April 18 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 20 — Read second time. 

April 21 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 367. 

820 — Baker, Boggs, Harris, Jones, April 8. To Com. on Reapp. 

An act to amend sections 78 and 90 of the Political Code, relating to the division 
of the State into legislative districts and defining and establishing such dis- 
tricts and to repeal all acts in conflict with this act. 

April 8 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 10 — From printer. To committee. From committee with amendments, 
without recommendation. 

April 13 — Read second time. Amended. To print, engrossment and third reading. 

April 15 — Made special order for Thursday at 11.30 a.m. 

April 16 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 24 — To unfinished business. 

821 — Lewis, April 9. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

An act to amend section 23 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
incorporation and organization and management of municipal water districts, 
and to provide for the acquisition or construction by said districts of water 
works and for the acquisition of all property necessary therefor, and also 
to provide for the distribution and sale of water by said districts," approved 
May 1, 1911, as amended, relating to powers of municipal water districts to 
levy tax to meet deficiencies. 

April 9 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 10 — From printer. To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 292. 






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822— Baker, April 9. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

An act to irovicle for an acceptance by the State of California of the pro- 
visions of an act passed by the Congress of the United States entitled "An 
act to authorize a more complete endowment of agricultural experiment 
stations and for other purposes, approved February 24, 1925", and to 
authorize the regents of the University of California to receive grants of 
money thereunder for the benefit of the University of California agricultural 
experiment station. 

April 9 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 10 — From printer. To committee. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 16 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 20— In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Univ. From committee 
with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 21 — Read second time. 

April 22 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 16 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 163. 

823— Pellom, April 9. To Com. on Fin. 

An act making an appropriation for the- repair of the State armory at San 

Francisco. 
April 9 — Read first time. To printer. 
April 10 — From printer. To committee. 
April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved 

To Assembly. 
April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 
April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 
April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 368. 

824— Swing, April 9. To Com. on R. & H. 

An act authorizing and directing the California Highway Commission to acquire 
necessary rights of way, and to construct and maintain a- highway, which 
is hereby declared to constitute and be a State highway, extending from 
Barstow, in the county of San Bernardino, to a point to be selected by the 
California Highway Commission on the boundary line between the State of 
California and the State of Nevada, near the town of Jean, Nevada, or at 
such other point thereon as may be selected by said California Highway 
Commission, which said highway is commonly known and referred to as the 
Arrowhead Trail. 

April 9 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 10 — From printer. To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment and third reading. 

April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on R. & H. 

April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 369, 



246 FINAL CALENDAR OP LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

825— Chamberlin, April 13. To Com. on Fin. 

An act making an appropriation for the repair and alteration of the East Wing 
of the State Exposition Building at Exposition Park, Los Angeles. 

April 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 14 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 
Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April Hi — -Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 23 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24: — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 293. 

826 — Ingram, April 13. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to provide for the accomplishment of the work of the direct improvement 
of the navigation of the Sacramento, San Joaquin and Feather rivers of the 
State of California, by controlling the floods, removing the debris and continu- 
ing the improvement of the Sacramento River\ California, in accordance with 
the plans of the California Debris Commission contained in the report of said 
commission submitted August 10, 1910, and transmitted to the Speaker of the 
House of Representatives of the United States by the Secretary of War on 
June 27, 1911, and printed in .House of Representatives Document No. 81 of 
the first session of the sixty-second United States Congress, as modified by the 
report of said commission submitted February 8, 1913, approved by the Chief 
of Engineers of the United States Army, and the Board of Engineers for 
Rivers and Harbors and printed in Rivers and Harbors Committee Document 
No. 5, sixty-third-United States Congress, first session, in so far as said plan 
provides for the rectification and enlargement of river channels and the con- 
struction of weirs; and making an appropriation for such work: and providing 
for the continuance of such work as provided by section 2 of an act of the 
Congress of the United States entitled "An act to provide for the control of 
the floods of the Mississippi River and of the Sacramento River, California, 
and for other purposes," approved March 1, 1917. 

April 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 14 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 
Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time. Urgency clause 
adopted. Passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April 18 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time. Urgency claused adopted, passed, title approved, To 
Senate. 

April 24: — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 4 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 112. 

827— Inman, April 13. To Com. on Fin. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered and designated 

section 739, relating to the compensation of the judges of the superior court. 
April 13 — Read first time. To printer. 
April 14 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 

Do pass. • 

April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 
April 17 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on TV. & M. 

828— Powers, April 13. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 

An act to amend section of an act entitled "An act to protect demostic live 
stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to prescribe the duties of officials 
to carry into effect the provisions of this act, to provide for the appointment 
of a veterinarian, and to repeal an act entitled "An act to protect domestic 
live stock from contagious and infectious diseases, to provide for the appoint- 
ment and duties of officials to carry into effect the provisions of this act, and 
to provide an appropriation therefor," approved March 18, 1899, as amended, 
approved June 3. 1921, and to add two new sections to be numbered 4a and 7 
respectively, relating to the control and eradication of certain destructive 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 247 

infectious diseases of- animals whenever discovered in this State ; providing for 
the payment for animals and property destroyed in order to suppress certain 
destructive infectious diseases ; providing for penalties for violation of the 
provisions of this act, and declaring the urgency of said act. 

April 13 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 14 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 
Do pass. 

April 15 — Read second time. To engrossment, and third reading. 

April 1G — Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, urgency clause 
adopted, passed, title approved. To Assembly. 

April IS — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on Agr. 

April 20 — From committee with recommendation : Do pass. Read second time. 

April 23 — Read third time. Urgency clause adopted, passed, title approved. 
To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 294. 

829 — Ingram, April 17. Without reference to committee. 

An act to amend section 360c of the Political Code, relating to the Department 
of Finance. 

April 17 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. Made case of urgency. 
Constitution suspended. Read second time. To engrossment and third read- 
ing. Reported correctly engrossed. Read third time, passed, title approved. 
To Assembly. 

April 20 — In Assembly. Read first time. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

830— Hurley, April 21.— To Com. on Co. Gov. 

* An act to amend section 4313 of the Political Code, relating to absence of county 

and township officers from the State. 
April 21 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. To committee. From 

committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 22 — Made, case of urgency. Constitution suspended. Read second time. 

Considered correctly engrossed. Permission to vote granted. Read third time, 

passed, title approved. To Assembly. 
April 22 — In Assembly. Read first time, and referred to Com. on Co. Gov. 

From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 
April 23 — Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
May 29— Pocket veto. 

831— Jones, April 21. Tb Com. on Ir. 

An act to amend section 39 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the organiza- 
tion and government of irrigation districts, and to provide for the acquisition 
or construction thereby of works for the irrigation of the lands embraced 
within such districts, and, also, to provide for the distribution of water for 
irrigation purposes," approved March 31, 1897. 

April 21 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. To committee. From 
committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 22— Made case of urgency. Constitution suspended. Read second time. 
Considered engrossed. Permission to vote granted. Read third time, passed, 
title approved. To Assembly. 

April 22 — In Assembly. Read first time, and referred to Com. on Ir. From 
committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 23 — Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 22 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 295. 



248 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

832— Maloney, April 21. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

An act to amend sections 1, 5 and 7 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the 
formation, management and dissolution of county fire protection districts, and 
annexations thereto, setting forth the powers of such districts and providing 
for levying and collecting taxes on property in such districts to defray tho 
< 'xj tenses thereof," approved May 23, 1923, relating to organization and 
management of fire protection districts. 

April 21 — Read first time. To printer. 

April 22 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommenda- 
tion : Do pass. Made case of urgency. Constitution suspended. Read second 
time. To engrossment, and third reading. Reported correctly engrossed. Per- 
mission granted to vote. Read third time,- passed, title approved. To 
Assembly. 

April 22 — In Assembly. Read first time, and referred to Com. on Co. Gov. 
From committee with recommendation : Do pass. 

April 23 — Read second time. 

April 24 — Read third time, passed, title approved. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

May 23 — Approved by Governor. Chapter 370. 

833— Swing, April 21. To Com. on Gov. Bff. 

An act to add a new section to the Political Code, to be numbered 737<?, relating 
to salaries of the judges of the superior court in San Bernardino County. 

April 21 — Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. 

April 22 — Withdrawn from Com. on Gov. Eff. Read second time. Considered 
correctly engrossed. 

April 24 — To unfinished business. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 249 



SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. 



1— Lewis, Jan. 12. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 16 of article IV, relating 
to the return and approval of bills. 

Jan. 12 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

2 — Lewis, Jan. 12. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 6 of article IV thereof, 
relating to the reapportionment of Senatorial and Legislative Districts. 

Jan. 12 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

3 — Lewis, Jan. 12. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 20 of article IV, relating 
to disqualification for holding office. 

Jan. 12 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

Mar. 6 — Read and amended. To printer. 

Mar. 9 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 10 — Read. Refused adoption. 

4 — Lewis, Jan. 12. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 5 of article XX thereof, 
relating to the change in the date of the fiscal year of the State. 

Jan. 12 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 14 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee, 

April 9 — From committee without recommendation. To engrossment. 

April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 16 — Read. Amended. To printer. To re-engrossment. 

April 17 — From printer. Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read. Refused 
adoption. 

5 — Lewis, Jan. 14. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 23a of article IVX 
relating to the expenses of the Legislature. 

Jan. 14 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

6 — Lewis, Jan. 15. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 2 of article IV, relating 
to the session of the Legislature. 

Jan. 15 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






250 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

7 — Powers, Jan. 15. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment to 
to the constitution of said State by adding a new section thereto to be known 
as and numbered section 15 of article XIII thereof, relating to the taxatioa 
of publicly owned utilities. 

Jan. 15 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. ' 

8 — West, "Jan. 15. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of the State of California, by amending section 1 of 
article IV thereof, relating to legislative powers, and reserving to the people 
of the State of California the power to propose laws, statutes and amendments 
to the constitution and to enact the same at the polls, independent of the 
Legislature and also reserving to the people of the State of California the 
power to approve or reject at the polls any act or section or part of any act 
of the Legislature. 

Jan. 15 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

9 — Boggs, Baker, Kline and Nelson, Jan. 16. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 6 of article IV thereof, 
relating to the division of the State into senatorial and assembly districts. 

Jan. 16 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendationj Be adopted as amended. 

April 15 — Read. Amended. Made special orde'r for Thursday at 11.30 a.m. 
To printer. To engrossment. 
* April 16 — From printer. Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. 
% To Assembly. 

April 18i — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Con. Amend. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted, and be referred 
to Com. on Reapp. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 
Do pass as amended. Read. Amended. To printer. From printer. Made 
a special order for Wednesday, April 22, at 10.30 a.m. 

April 22 — Refused adoption. 

10 — Johnson, A. B., Jan. 16. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose^ to the people of the State of Calif orniia an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 12f , article XIII theerof, 
relative to exemption from taxation of certain trees and vines. 

Jan. 16 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 9 — From committee with recommendation ; Be adopted as amended. 

Mar. 12 — To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 13 — Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

Mar. 14 — In Assembly. Re-referred to Com. on Const. Am. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

April 8 — Read and adopted. 

April 9 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 17 — Filed with secretary of State. Chapter 36. 

11 — Allen, Jan. 19. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 12, article IV thereof, 
relating to filling vacancies occurring in either house of the Legislature. 

Jan. 19 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation, 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 251 

12 — Dennett, Jan. 19. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution, to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said state by adding to article 4 thpreof a new section 
to be numbered section la, providing for a legislative body of one house, in 
place of the present legislative body of two houses. 

Jan. 19 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

April 10 — From committee without recommendation, with amendments. 

April 13 — Amended. To printer. 

April 14 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 15 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 17 — Read, and refused adoption. 

13— Lyon, Jan. 20. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California that section 
18 of article XI of the constitution of said State, relating to power of 
municipalities to incur indebtedness, be amended 

Jan. 20 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 22 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

1.4 — Johnson, A. B., Jan. 21. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California that section 18 
of article XI of the constitution of said State, relating to power of munici- 
palities to incur indebtedness, be amended. 

Jan. 21 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

15 — Johnson, M. B., Jan. 21. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California that the consti- 
tution of said State be amended by adding to article VI a new section to be 
numbered la, and by amending sections 6, 7 and 8 of said article, relative 
to the judicial department, by providing for a judicial council. 

Jan. 21 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 25 — Read. Refused adoption. Senator* Jones gives notice of reconsid- 
eration. 

Mar. 30— Notice of reconsideration continued. 

Mar. 31 — Reconsideration granted. 

April 3 — Read and amended. To printer. 

April 6 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 
Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Const. Am. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

April 20 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 24— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 48. 

16 — Fellom, Jan. 21. To Com. on Const. Am. 

Resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State, by adding to article XVI thereof a new 
section to be numbered 4 — , providing for the issuance of bonds to the amount 

of million dollars for the completion of the State highway system 

and the acquisition and construction of other State highways by the State 
Department of Engineering. 

Jan. 21 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24— To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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17 — Breed, Jan. 22. To Com. on Const, Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to section 14 of article. I thereof, relating to the taking of* private property 
under eminent domain proceedings. 

Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported, correctly engrossed. 

April 17 — Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 20 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Const. Am. 

18 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution by adding a new section to article VI thereof to be 
numbered section 4f relative to courts of appellate jurisdiction. 

Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 

Feb. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 80 — From printer. To engrossment. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

19 — Hurley, Jan. 22. . To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 1 of article II of said 
constitution, relating to the right of suffrage. 

Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 

Feb. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

20— Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by adding section 2| to article II of said con- 
stitution, relating to election to non-partisan office at a primary election. 

Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 

Feb. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

Mar. 23 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. 

Mar. 24 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 26 — Read and amended. To printer. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. To re-engrossment. Reported correctly re-engrossed. 

April 7 — Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 7 — In Assembly. Read. To committee on Const. Am. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

April 16 — Read. Amended. To printer. From printer.' 

April 20 — Read and amended. To printer. 

April 21 — From printer. -Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 69. 

21 — Chamberlin, Jan 22. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California, an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by adding to article I thereof, a new section 
to be numbered 14^, relating to the taking of parcels of land by eminent 
domain where such border upon public improvements. 

Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 

Feb. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






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22 — Chamberlin, Jan. 22. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by adding to article I thereof a new section 
to be numbered 14£, relating to the taking of remnants and parcels of land by 
eminent domain. 

Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 

Feb. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

April 6 — From committee* with recommendation : Be amended and re-referred to 
Com. on Const. Am. 

April 7 — Read and amended. To printer. Re-referred to Com. on Const. Am. 

April 8 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

23 — Sample, Jan. 23. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment to 
the constitution of said State by amending section J.9 of article V thereof, 
relating to the compensation of executive officers. 

Jan. 23 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

April 3 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. 

April 6 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 8 — Read and amended. To print, and re-engrossment. From printer. 

April 9 — Reported correctly re-engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 9 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Const. Am. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

April 22 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24: — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 27 — Filed with Secretary of. State. Chap. 70. 

24— Slater, Jan. 23. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to section 31 of article IV of the constitution of the State of California, 
relating to the giving or lending of public credit. 

Jan. 23 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24: — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

Mar. 13 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. From printer. 

Mar. 16 — To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. 
To Assembly. 

Mar. 16 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Const. Am. 

Mar. 18 — From committee without recommendation as amended. 

Mar. 20 — Read. Amendments adopted. To printer. 

Mar. 23 — From printer. 

Mar. 24 — Re-referred to committee. 

April 8 — From committee without recommendation as amended. 

April 9 — Read. Amendments adopted. To printer. 

April 10 — From printer. 

April 20 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 71. 

25 — Breed, Jan. 23. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California that the consti- 
tution of said State be amended by adding to article XVI thereof a new section 
to be numbered 4, relative to the issuance of bonds to the amount of twenty- 
five million dollars for the acquisition of rights of way for bridges and railroad 
crossings on the roads within the primary road system of the State of Cali- 
fornia, and for the construction of said bridges and railroad crossings by the 
California Highway Commission. 

Jan. 23 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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26 — Lyon, Jan. 23. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by amending section 11* of article XIII, 
relating to exemptions of property on account of military service. 

Jan. 23 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 2(> — From committee with recommendation * Be adopted as amended. 

Mar. 27 — Read and amended. To printer. 

Mar. 30 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Const. Am. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

April 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 25 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 51. 

27 — Dennett, Jan. 23. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said state by adding a new section to be numbered 
26 to article VI, creating a court for the adjudication of water rights. 

Jan. 23 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

28— Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State, by amending section 2 of article IV thereof, 
relating to time and duration of sessions of Legislature. 

Jan. 23 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

29 — Breed, Jan. 24. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State, by amending section 14 of article XIII 
thereof, relating to taxation of public utilities. 

Jan. 24: — Introduced. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

30— Tubbs, Jan. 24. To Com. on Const. Am. 

Resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment to 
the constitution of said State, by amending section 2 of article IV, relating 
to the number of bills each legislator can introduce during the first period of 
the session of the Legislature. 

Jan. 24 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

31— Hurley, Feb. 26. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 

to the constitution of said State by adding to section 1(3 a new section, to be 

numbered section 2\, relating to State highway bonds. 
Feb. 26 — Introduced 1 . To printer. 
Feb. 27 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 5 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on 

R. & H. Re-referred to Coin, on R. & H. 
Mar. 10 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended, and be re-referred 

to Com. on R. & H. 
Mar. 11 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. Re-referred to Com. on 

R. & H. 
Mar. 12 — From printer. To committee. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 
\prill(> — To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. 
April 24 — To unfinished business. 



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32 — Lyons, Mar. 2. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution proposing to the people of the State of California an amendment to 
the constitution of the State of California, by adding a new section to article 
XIII thereof, to be designated as section 16, relating to revenue and taxation. 

Mar. 2 — Introduced. To printer. 

Mar. 3 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 

Mar. 27 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

Mar. 30 — Read and^ adopted. To Assembly. 

Mar. 30 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Const. Am. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

April 20 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor, 

April 24 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 41). 

33_Fellom and West, Mar. 4. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State, by adding to article XVI thereof a new 
section to be numbered 4, providing for the budgeting of state highway 
expenditures and for the issuance of bonds to the amount of $60,000,000 for. 
the completion of the State highway system and the acquisition and con- 
struction of other State highways by the California Highway Commission 
and declaring certain highways to be State highways. 

Mar. 4 — Introduced. To printer. 

Mar. 5 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 12 — From committee with recommendation : Be amended. 

Mar. 13 — Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. Re-referred to 
Com. on Const. Am. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

34 — Jones, Mar. 17. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 

to the constitution of said State by amending sections 2 and 7 of article IX 

thereof, relating to the government of the public schools. 
Mar. 17 — Introduced. To printer. 
Mar. 18 — From printer. To committee. 
Mar. 23 — From committee with recommendation be amended, and re-referred 

to Com. on Const. Am. 
Mar. 24 — Read. Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. Re-referred 

to Com. on Const. Am. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

35 — Chamberlin and Sample, Mar. 24. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment to 
the constitution of said State, by adding to article XVI thereof a new section 
to be numbered 4, providing for the issuance of bonds to the amount of 
$00,000,000 for the acquisition of rights of way for, and the improvement of. 
State highways, allocating the proceeds of such bond issue and classifying the 
State highways^ dividing the State into State highway districts and providing 
for and allocating State highway funds. 

Mar. 24 — Introduced. To printer. 

Mar. 25 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

36 — Lewis, Mar. 26. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of the State of California by amending section 5 of 
article XIII, relating to exemptions from taxation. 

Mar. 26 — Introduced. To printer. 

Mar. 27 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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37— Breed, Mar. 27. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State by adding a new section thereto to be known 
as and numbered section 23& of article XII thereof, relating to the regulation 
of public utilities. 

Mar. 27 — Introduced. To printer. 

Mar. 30 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

38 — Lyon, April 1. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment 
to the constitution of said State, by adding to article XVI thereof a new 
section to be numbered 4, authorizing the issuance and sale of 8500 bonds of 
the State of California in the denomination of $1000 each, authorizing the 
disposition of the proceeds of the sale of said bonds for the completion and 
equipment of a State building at Sacramento, the construction and equipment 
of a State building at Los Angeles, and the construction and equipment of 
buildings for the University of California at Berkeley and Los Angeles, and 
providing the method and manner of such disposition and creating the boards 
and funds necessary for the proper performance of the purposes of said section. 

April 1 — Introduced. To printer. 

April 2 — From printer. To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment.^ 

April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 16 — Re-referred to Com. on Const. Am. > 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

39 — Lyon, April 1. To Com. on Const. Am. 

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California arr amendment 
to the constitution of said State, by adding to article XVI thereof a new 
section to be numbered 4, authorizing the issuance and sale of 8500 bonds of 
the State of California in the denomination of $1,000 each, authorizing the 
disposition of the proceeds of the sale of said bonds for certain purposes, and 
approving, adopting, legalizing, validating and making fully and completely 
effective the California State Buildings and State University Buildings Bonds 
Act of 1925 as passed by the Senate and Assembly at the forty-sixth session 
of the Legislature and approved by the Governor. 

April 1 — Introduced. To printer. 

April 2 — From printer. To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 

April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 16 — Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 17 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Const. Am. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation: Be adopted. 

April 22 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 24 — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 

April 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 72. 

40— Com. on Revenue and Taxation, April 8. To Com. on Const. Am. 

Relative to revenue and taxation. 

April 8 — Introduced. To printer. 

April 9 — From printer. To committee. 

April 15 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 

April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 20 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Const. Am. 

April 21 — From committee with recommendation: Be adopted. 

April 21 — Read and amended. To printer. 

April 23 — From printer. Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 27— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 73. 






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41 — Dennett, April 13. To Com. on Const. Am. 

Relative to salaries of justices of the Supreme Court, of the district courts of 

appeal and of the judges of the superior courts. 
April 13 — Introduced. To printer. 
April 14 — From printer. To committee. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 
April 17 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
April 18 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Const. Am. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 
April 24 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 74. 

42 — Dennett and Sample, April 14. To Com. on Const. Am. 

Relative to levy and collection of taxes for State purposes. 

April 14 — Introduced. To printer. 

April 15 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS. 



1> -Breed, Jan. 8. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Approving certain amendments to the charter of the city of Piedmont, a munici- 
pal corporation in the county of Alameda, State of California, voted for and 
ratified by the qualified electors of said city at the general municipal election, 
held therein on the first day of April, 1924. 

Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Jan. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. Read and 
adopted. Considered correctly engrossed. To -Assembly. 

Jan. 20 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Mun. Corp. From committee with 
recommendation : Be adopted. Read and adopted. To Senate. 

Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Jan. 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Jan 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 9. 

2 — Chamberlin, Jan. 12. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Approving the Charter of the City of Los Angeles, State of California, voted 
for and ratified by the qualified electors of said City of Los Angeles, upon a 
special municipal election held therein on the sixth day of May, 1924. 

Jan. 12 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 14: — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Jan. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 
Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Jan. 21 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

Jan. 21 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Jan. 21 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. Read and 
adopted. To Senate. 

Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Jan. 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Jan. 26 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 5. 

3 — Crowley, Jan. 14. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Approving eighteen certain amendments to the charter of the city and county of 
San Francisco, State of California, voted for and ratified by the electors of 
said city and county of San Francisco, at a general election held therein on 
the fourth day of November, 1924. 

Jan. 14 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 16 — From printer. To committee. 

Jan. 19 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. Considered 
correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

Jan. 20 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Mun. Corp. From committee with 
recommendation : Be adopted. 

Jan. 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Jan. 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. ' 

Jan. 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 10. 

4 — Nelson, Jan. 16. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Approving amendments to the charter of the county of Tehama, State of 

California. 
Jan. 16— Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. Re-referred to Com. on Co. Gov. 
Jan. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. Considered 

correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
Jan. 20 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Mun. Corp. From committee with 

recommendation : Be adopted. 
Jan. 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 
Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Jan. 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Jan. 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 11. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 259 

5 — Swing, Jan. 16. To Com. on Co. Gov. 

Approving amendment to the charter of the county of San Bernardino, State 

of California. 
Jan. 16 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 

Be adopted. Considered correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
Jan. 20 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 
Jan. 21 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 
Jan. 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 
Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Jan. 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Jan. 27— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 12. 

6 — Swing, Jan. 16. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Approving amendments to the charter of the city of San Bernardino, State of 

California. 
Jan. 16 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 

Be adopted. Considered correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
Jan. 20— In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 
Jan. 21 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 
Jan. 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 
Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Jan. 24 — Reported correctlv enrolled. To Governor. 
Jan. 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 13. 

7 — Swing, Jan. 16. To Com. on Jud. 

Providing for the appointment of a committee to investigate and report upon 
the controversy between the city of Los Angeles and the county of Inyo, 
involving the taking of the waters of Inyo County by the said city of Los 
Angeles. 

Jan. 16 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Jan. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 
Amendment adopted. To printer. From printer. Considered correctly 
engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

Jan. 20 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Jud. 

Jan. 22 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. Read and adopted. 
To Senate. 

Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Jan. 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Jan. 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 14. 

8— Boggs, Jan. 19. To Com. on Rev. & Ptg. 

Senate Concurrent Resolution relative to reports of the department encamp- 
ment of the Grand Army of the Republic. 

Jan. 19 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Jap. 21 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 

Jan. 22 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

Jan. 23 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Rev. & Ptg. From committee with 
recommendation : Be adopted. Read and adopted. To Senate. 

Jan. 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Jan. 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 15. 

9 — Inman and Sample, Jan. 20. Without reference to committee. 
A resolution relative to interpretation of the Motor Vehicle Act. 
Jan. 20 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. Considered correctly 

engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
Jan. 20 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. or M. V. 
Jan. 23 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

Amended. To printer. From printer. Read and adopted. To Senate. 
Jan. 23 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
Jan. 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Jan. 27 — Field with Secretarv of State. Chapter 16. 



260 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

10— Christian, Jan. 22. To Com. on Rev. & Tax. 

Relative to the creation of a tax revision commission of the State of California, 
for the purpose of making an investigation and report on the system of revenue 
and taxation in this State and the methods in use in other states; to define 
its powers and making appropriations therefor. 

Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 

Feb. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

11— West, Jan. 22. To Com. on Mil. Af. 

Relative to reports of the Department Encampment of the Spanish-American 
War Veterans. «• 

Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 

Feb. 24 — From printer. To committee. 

Feb. 26 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 

Feb. 27 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

Mar. 2— In Assembly. Read. To Com. on S. & S. Aff. 

?£• Ifi — From committee witft recommendation : Be adopted. Read and adopted. 
To Senate. 

Mar. 16— In Senate. To enrollment. 

Mar. 19 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Mar. 19— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 27. 

12— Hollister and Johnson, A. B., Jan. 23. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

A resolution relative to sites proposed for extension of the southern branch 
of the University of California. 

Jan. 23 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. From committee with recom- 
mendation : Be adopted. Considered correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. 
To Assembly. 

Jan. 24 — In Assembly. Read. Without reference to committee. Read and 
adopted. To Senate. 

Jan. 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Jan. 27— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 17 

13— Canepa, Jan.. 23. To Com. on Univ. & T. C. 

Relative to certain differences relating to athletics and other university activities 
which have arisen between the University of California, Leland Stanford 
Jr. University and the University of Southern California. 

Jan. 23 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

J4— Hollister, Jan. 24. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 
Relative to citrus white fly. 

Jan. 24 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

Mar. 3 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 
Mar. 4 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
Mar. - 5 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 
Mar. 9 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 
Mar. 11 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 
Mar. 12 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Mar. 18 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Mar. 18 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 26. 

15_Taylor, Feb. 27. To Com. Rev. & Tax. 

Relative to the creation of the "Legislative Tax Committee of 1925," for the 
purpose of making an investigation and report on the systems of revenue and 
taxation in this State and of the methods in use in other states. 

Feb. 27 — Introduced. To printer. 

Mar.^ 2 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 261 

16 — Inman and Canepa, Mar. 12. Without reference to committee. 
Relative to national defense and Oriental menace. 
Mar. 12 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. Considered correctly engrossed. 

Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
Mar. 12 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Rls. 
Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. Read 

and amended. To printer. 
Mar. 16 — From printer. Read and adopted. To Senate. 
Mar. 16 — In Senate. Senate refuses to concur in Assembly amendments. 
Mar. 17 — Assembly refuses to recede from Assembly amendments. To Committee 

on Conference. To Committee on Free Conference. Committee on Free 

Conference report adopted. To enrollment. 
Mar. 26 — Reported correctly enrolled. -To Governor 
Mar. 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 31. 

17— Baker, Mar. 13. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Relative to approving charter of the city of Monterey, State of California, voted 
for and ratified by the qualified voters of said city of Monterey at a special 
municipal election held therein for that purpose on the ninth day of March, 
1925. 

Mar. 13 — Introduced. To printer. 
Mar. 16 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 

Be .adopted. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read and 

adopted. To Assembly. 
Mar. 16— In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 
Mar. 18 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 
Mar. 20 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 
Mar. 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Mar. 26 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Mar. 27— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 32. 

18— Chamberlin, Mar. 16. To Com. on Gov. Eff. 

Relative to the creation of a committee for the study of the blind, for the pur- 
pose of investigating institutions for the care of the blind in California, to 
recommend measures for the education and rehabilitation of the blind, and 
making an appropriation therefor. 

Mar. 16 — Introduced. To printer. 

Mar. 17 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 25 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

Mar. 27 — Read. Amended. To printer and engrossment. From printer. 

Mar. 30— .-Reported correctly engrossed. 

April 1 — Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 1 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on G. E. & E. 

April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Be re-referred to Com. on 
W. & M. 

April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

19— Johnson, M. B., Mar. 30. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Approving- certain amendments to the charter of the city of Santa Cruz, State 

of California. 
Mar. 30 — Introduced. To printer. 
Mar. 31 — From printer. To committee. 

April 1 — From committee with recommendation: Be adopted. 
April 2 — To engrossment. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
April 6 — Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 
April 18 — Read and adopted. To Seante. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 23 — Filed with Secretary of State, Chapter 43. 






262 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

20— lnman, Mar. 30. To Com. on Agr. & L. S. 
Relative to the enforcement of the alien land law. 
Mar. 30 — Introduced. To printer. 
Mar. 31 — From printer. To committee. From committee with recommendation : 

Be adopted. To engrossment. 
April 1 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
April o — Read and adopted. To assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Agr. 
April 10 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 
April 18 — Read, and adopted. To Senate. 
April 20 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April23 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 44. 

21 — Johnson, A. B., Apr. 1. To Com. on Cons. 
Relating to forest protection. 
April 1 — Introduced. To printer. 
April 2 — From printer. To committee. 

April 7 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 
April 8 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
April 9 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Cons. 

22— Young, Apr. 1. To Com. on Fin. 

Relative to the creation of a joint committee of the Senate and Assembly f,or 
the purpose of making a thorough, exhaustive study into the narcotic situ- 
ation in California and recommending measures for the care and rehabili- 
tation of narcotic addicts. 

April 1 — Introduced. To printer. 

April 2 — From printer. To committee. 

April 8 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 

April 9 — Reported correctlv engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 9— In Assembly. Read. To Com. on W. & M. 

April 21 — Ordered withdrawn from Com. on W. & M. Re-referred to Com. on 

Con. Ex. 
April 22 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. 
April 23 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 

Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 75. 

23 — Jones, April 13. Without reference to Committee. 
Relative to David Starr Jordan. 
April 13 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. Considered correctly 

engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
April 13 — In Assembly. Read and adopted. To Senate. 
April 14 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
April 17 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 18— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 39. 

24 — Sample, April 15. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

Relative to approval of amendments to the charter of the city of San Diego. 

April 15 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. To committee. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : . Be adopted. To engross- 
ment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 17 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. Read and 
adopted. To Senate. 

April 17 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

April 20 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 20 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 41, 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 263 

25 — Chamberlin, April 16. Without reference to Committee. 

Relative to the National Editorial Association. 

April 16 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. Taken up without reference 

to committee or file. Considered engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
April 18 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on G. E. & E. 
April 24 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. Read and 

adopted. To Senate. 
April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 27— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 76. 

26 — Swing, April 17. Without reference to Committee. 

Approving certain amendments to charter of the city of San Bernardino, a 
municipal corporation in the county of San Bernardino. State of California, 
voted for and ratified by the electors of said city at the general municipal 
election, held therein, on the thirteenth day of April, 1925. 

April 17 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. Considered engrossed. Read 
and adopted. To Assembly. 

April IS— In Assembly. Read. Referred to Com. on Mun. Corp. 

April 20 — From "committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

April 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To 
Governor. 

April 24— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 50. 

27 — Breed, April 22. Without reference to Committee. 

Approving amendments and additions to the charter of the city of Oakland, a 
municipal corporation in the county of Alameda, State of California, voted 
for and ratified by the qualified electors of said city at a nominating municipal 
election held therein on the twenty-first day of April, 1925. 

April 22 — Introduced. To printer. 

April 23 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 
and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 23 — In Assembly. Read. Referred to Com. on Mun. Corp. Signed out 
of committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

April 24 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

April 27— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 77. 



264 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



1 — Chamberlin, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Au act relative to the ratification of an amendment to the constitution of the 
United States, proposed by the Congress of the United States of America, 
relating to child labor. 

Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

2 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act relating to decisions of the United States Supreme Court. 

Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. * 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

3 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act relating to establishment of an additional cabinet officer of the United 

States. 
Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

4 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act relating to establishment of an additional cabinet officer of the United 

States. 
Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

5 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act relative to increasing the present 2-cent postage rate. 

Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

6 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act relating to uniform divorce laws. 

Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

7 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act relating to uniform narcotic laws and the reduction of narcotic pro- 
duction. 
Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 
.Jan. 15 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

8 — Lewis, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act relating to establishment of an additional cabinet officer of the United 

States. 
Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 9 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. I* 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 2 (if) 

9 — Jones, lnman and Murphy, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

An act relative to the ratification of an amendment to the constitution of the 
United States, proposed by the Congress of the United States, and providing 
for limiting, regulating and prohibiting the labor of persons under 18 years 
of age. 

Jan. 8 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. • 9 — Frdm printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

10— Boggs, Jan. 8. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relative to legislation concerning child labor. 

Jan. 8 — Introduced. 

Jan. 9 — To printer. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

Jan. 20 — From committee without recommendation. 

Jan. 21 — Read. Made special order for February 25, 1925, at 11.30 a.m. 

Feb. 25 — Made special order for March 4, 1925, at 11.30 a.m. 

Mar. 4 — Re-referred to Com. on Fed. R. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

11 — Lewis, Jan. 9. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relative to memorializing the Congress of the United States to propose to the 
several legislatures of the states of the Union an amendment to the constitu- 
tion of the United States to permit the election of President and Vice Presi- 
dent of the United States by direct vote of the electors of the United States. 

Jan. 9 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 10 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without. recommendation. 

12— Lewis, Jan. 12. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relating 10 establishment of an additional cabinet officer of the United States. 

Jan. 12 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 13 — From printer. 

Jan. 15 — To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

13 — Slater, Handy and Nelson, Jan. 14. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relative to the proper care and relief of aged and infirm Indians in the State 

of California. 
Jan. 14 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 15 — From printer. 
Jan. 16 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 
April 3 — Reported correctly engrossed. 
April 6 — Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Fed. R. 

14 — Sharkey, Slater, Handy, Murphy, Canepa, Crowley, Maloney, 
Tubbs, Fellom, Gray and Nelson, Jan. 15. Without reference 
to Committee. 

Relative to the proposed formation of a bridge and highway district for the 

. purpose of constructing a bridge across the Golden Gate from the city and 
county of San Francisco to the county of Marin. 

Jan. 15 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. Without reference to com- 
mittee. Considered engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

Jan. 16 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Jan. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

Jan. 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Jan. 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Jan. 27— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 6. 



266 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

15 — Slater and Sample, Jan. 15. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relative to the adoption of an amendment to the constitution of the United 
States in reference to the levy and collection of taxes on incomes derived 
from securities issued under the authority of the United States or of any state. 

Jan. 15 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 10 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

16— Nelson, Jan. 16. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relating to federal harbor development at Crescent City. 

Jan. 16 — Introduced. To nrinter. 

Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 

Jan. 20 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. Considered cor- 
rectly engrossed. Read, and adopted. To Assemjbly. 

Jan. 20 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Fed. R. From committee with 
recommendation : Be adopted. 

Jan. 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 

Jan. 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 

Jan. 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 7. 

17— Dennett, Jan. 16. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relating to the ratification by the legislature of the amendment to the consti- 
tution of the United States, providing for the federal control of child labor. 
Jan. 16 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 19 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

18 — Powers, Jan. 19. Without reference to Com. 

Relating to protection of certain navigable waters in the State of California. 

Jan. 19 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 20 — From printer. Considered correctly engrossed. Read and adopted 

To Assembly. 
Jan. 21 — In Assembly. Read. Without reference to committee. Read and 

adopted. To Senate. 
Jan. 22 — In Senate. To enrollment. 
Jan. 23 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Jan. 27— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 8. 

19_Fellom, Jan. 19. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relative to highways. 
Jan. 19 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 20 — From printer. To committee. 

Jan. 23 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 
Jan. 24 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 
Jan. 24: — In Assembly. Read. Without reference to committee. Read and 
adopted. To Senate. 
• Jan. 24 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
Jan. 27— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 24. 

20— Hurley and Murphy, Jan. 20. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relative to memorializing Congress relative to additional compensation for postal 

employees of the United States. 
Jan. 20 — Introduced. To printer. 
Feb. 22 — From printer. To committee. 
April 24 — From committee- without recommendation. 



SENATE FIJJAL HISTORY. 267 

21— Murphy and Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fed. R. 
Relating to the classification act of 1923. 
Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 
April 3 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. 
April 6 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

and adopted. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Fed. R. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 
April 18 — Amendments adopted. To printer. 
April 20 — From printer. 
April21 — Read and adopted. To' Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 78. 

22— Murphy and Hurley, Jan. 22. To Com. on Fed. R. 
Relative to retirement of Federal employees. 
Jan. 22 — Introduced. To printer. 
Jan. 24 — From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 
April 3 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. 
April 6 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

and adopted. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Fed. R. 

April 16 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 
April 18 — Amendments adopted. To printer. 
April 20 — From printer. 
April 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 25 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 52. 

23— Murphy and Hurley, Jan. 23. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relating to pay increases of government employees. 

Jan. 23 — Introduced. To printer. 

Jan. 24 — From printer. 

Feb. 24 — To committee. 

April 2 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

April 3 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. 

April 6 — From printer. To engrossment. Reported correctly engrossed. Read 

and adopted. To Assembly. 
April 7 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Fed. R. 

April 16 — 'From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 
April 18 — Amendments adopted. To printer. 
April 20 — From printer. 
April 21 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 22 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assemblv amendments. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 27 — Filed with Secretary of State,.. Chapter 79. 

24 — Canepa, Jan. 24. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relating to an amendment of the Volstead Act. 
Jan. 24 — Introduced. To printer. From printer. 
Feb. 24 — To committee. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 



268 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

25— Johnson, A. B., Mar. 9. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relating to approving the Colorado River Covipact. 

Mar. 9 — Introduced. To printer. 

Mar. 10 — From printer. To committee. 

Mar. 13 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended and be 

re-referred to Com. on Fed. R. 
Mar. 16 — Read. Amendment adopted. To printer. 
Mar. 17 — From printer. To engrossment. 

Mar. IN — Reported correctly engrossed. Re-referred to Com. on Fed. R. 
April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

26— Lewis, March 11. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relative to demotion of Brigadier General Mitchell. 

Mar. 11 — Introduced. To printer. 

Mar. 12 — From printer. To committee. 

April 24 — From committee without recommendation. 

27— Powers, Mar. 30. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relating to California Indian's Court of Claims Bill, Senate No. 4301. 

Mar. 30 — Introduced To printer. 

Mar. 31 — From printer. . To committee. 

April 9 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 

April 10 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 10 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Fed. R. 

April 14 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. 

April 18 — Read and adopted. To Senate. 

April 23 — In Senate. To enrollment. Reported correctly enrolled. To 

Governor. 
April 23— Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 42. 

28— Swing, April 10. To Com. on Fed. R. 

Relating to the appointment of a legislative committee to negotiate with like 
committee from the states of Arizona and Nevada for the purpose of settling 
the respective rights of lower basin states /in and to the waters of the lower 
basin of the Colorado River system. 

April 10 — Introduced. To printer. 

April 13 — From printer. To committee. 

Apirl 14 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted. To engrossment. 

April 16 — Reported correctly engrossed. Read and adopted. To Assembly. 

April 16 — In Assembly. Read. To Com. on Fed. R. 

April 20 — From committee with recommendation : Be adopted as amended. 

Amendments adopted. To printer. From printer. 
April 21 — Read. Adopted. To Senate. 

April 21 — In Senate. Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. To enrollment. 
April 24 — Reported correctly enrolled. To Governor. 
April 27 — Filed with Secretary of State. Chapter 80, 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 269 



INDEX TO SENATE BILLS. 






A 

ABALONES — N °- or Bin 
protection 338 

ACCOUNTANCY— 

board of 813 

ACTIONS— 

courts 374 

executors, administrators 372 

limitations by corporations 405 

to recover real property 293 

transfer of 587 

ADMINISTRATORS— 

relating to mortgage by 747 

ADVERTISING— 

of San Francisco waterfront 699 

ADVERTISING FOR BIDS— 

required for public work in excess of $1,000 183 

AGREEMENTS— 

in writing 369 

AGRICULTURE— 

experiment stations 822 

fruit, nuts and vegetables 422 

improving abandoned orchards 496 

AIRCRAFT— 

providing for regulation and use of 175 

ALAMEDA COUNTY— 

relative to salaries of superior judges 710 

salaries for county officers 216 

validating supervisors' organization of East Bay Utility District 254 

ALIEN INSURANCE COMPANIES— 

deposits required 84 

ALIENS— 

amending Sec. 1404, relative to 751 

employing on public works 117 

prohibiting employment of 472 

relating to repeal of Sec. 672, C. C 750 

relative to 555 

rights as to property 236 

transfer of property 236 

ALPINE COUNTY— 

salary of superior judge 563 

AMENDMENTS— 

amending Sec. 147 of Banking Act 489 

relative to appropriation to meet deficiency for printing and distribution of 

constitutional amendments 703 

ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST— 

reforestation, fire lanes and trails 57 

ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION— 

forbidding vivisection 258 

ANNEXATION— 

of territory by municipalities 769 

ANNUAL PAYMENTS— 

for police relief 122 

ANNUITIES— 

relating to organizations 19 

APPOINTMENT EXPERTS— 

amending C. C. P 124 

APPOINTMENTS— 

to Board of Pharmacy 210 

APPORTIONMENT— 

of school funds 636 



270 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

APPK0PRIATIONS— no. of Bill 

claim of Board of Harbor Commissioners 345 

claim of Schwabacher-Frey Stationery Co 359 

claim of Pearl E. Green 806 

claim of Tryon and Brown 396 

claims 346, 395 

commissions, criminal procedure 367 

lire control Santa Cruz Mountains 791 

for Aquatic Park, San Francisco 492 

for Balboa Park, San Diego 108 

for Calaveras River flood control 308 

for California Polytechnic School .__ 297, 298 

for care and transportation of dependent children 304 

for citrus by-products 468 

for construction of fire lanes 176 

for county agricultural fairs 13 

for creating State Park Commission . 185 

for creation of Tax Commission . . 597 

for electors of President of U. S. A 46 

for establishment of California Women's Reformatory 770 

for exhibits in San Francisco , _ 321 

for Exposition Park in Los Angeles 79 

for Ferry Building in San Francisco 731 

for forest experiment station . ! 5 

for Governor's Mansion 41 

for highway from Constantia to Purdy 229 

for Hollister-King City highway 6 

for investigation of advantages and disadvantages of privately and publicly 

owned utilities 764 

for legislative deficiency 152 

for live stock shows 506 

for Los Angeles State Building 7 

for Mad River 128 

for maintenance of State Fair 227 

for Marshall's Monument 47 

for Mission San Francisco del Solano 215 

for payment of claims 695 

£or printing and lithographing bonds for State buildings 484 

for public schools — 536 

for relief of Indians 337 

for rehabilitation of felons . 567 

for salaries of additional clerks and stenographers during the seventy-sixth 

and seventy-eighth fiscal years in the Attorney General's office 760 

for state buildings 217 

for Stockton State Hospital 133 

for summer courses at University, Riverside 173 

for survey for State Park sites 608 

for trail known as John Muir Trail 291 

for transferring bodies from old to new cemetery, State Hospital at Stockton 188 

for watchmen in State Treasury 39 

grandstand for State agricultural grounds 125 

highway from Governor's Camp in California Redwood Park 15 

investigation for water storage and for public use 1 59 

inspection of motor busses 61 

in the interest of California Industrial Farm for Women 469 

maternity aid 95 

prevention of forest fires, San Gabriel Mountains 10 

providing for state highway from Oroville to Quincy 742 

reforestation Angeles National Forest 57 

relative to appropriation for rights of way in 743 

relative to furnishing Mendocino State Hospital 267 

relative to payment of salaries of deputies of Attorney General 761 

relative to preventing fires in San Dimas Canyon 733 

remodeling and repairing certain buildings at Sutter's Fort 51 

repairs for State Capitol Building 49 

San Jose State Teachers College 788, 789 

Santa Barbara State Teachers College 775 

skeleton bill 252 

southern branch University of California 805 

southern California branch of State prison 53 

State Armory, San. Francisco 823 






^SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 271 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

APPROPRIATIONS— Continued. No. of Bin 

State Building, Exposition Park, Los Angeles 825 

to carry out act 426 

to establish seed inspection laboratory 172 

to pay claim of E. E. Purrington 103 

to pay claim of G. W. Morrill 62 

to pay claim of R. B. Hale 228 

to pay claim of Santa Clara Valley Association 159 

to pay claim of Victor E. yon Arx 282 

to pay claim of Virgil Perone 493 

to pay claim of Visalia Growers Association 158 

to pay claim of Vreeland, Everts & Co 110 

to pay claims 694 

to pay expense of exchange of certain lands 232 

to protect banks of Santa Ynez River 197 

to make report on conditions of Indians in California 336 

to meet deficiency for transportation of insane prisoners 231 

to meet deficiency in emergency fund . 230 

to meet deficiency in the appropriation for printing and distributing consti- 
tutional amendments 703 

to purchase land for Southern Branch of University of California 480 

APPROPRIATION OF WATER— 

relative to licenses for 239 

AQUATIC PARK, SAN FRANCISCO— 

appropriation for athletic equipment 492 

ARMORY— 

San Francisco «_ 823 

ASSESSMENT— 

adding new section 3631a to Pol. C. relative to taxation 744 

amending Pol. C 123 

for State highway 113 

municipal, when general 1 

relative to any error in assessment of land 732 

ASSESSMENT ASSOCIATIONS— 

issuance of contracts 18 

ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS— 

relative to lighting systems within Mun. Corp 478 

relative to streets, lanes, courts, etc., within Mun. Corp 477 

ASSESSORS— 

salaries and fees 703 

ASSIGNED ESTATES— 

building and loan , 629, 630 

relative to distribution of 745 

ASSOCIATIONS— 

cemetery 623 

cooperative nonprofit 814 

ATTACHMENT AND EXECUTION— 

relative to attachment and execution of 164 

ATTACHMENTS— 

amending act 55 

ATTORNEY GENERAL— 

for additional clerks and stenographers 760 

relative to additional deputies for 761 

ATTORNEYS— 

practice, C. C. P. Sec. 302 S04 

state organization of 8 

AUTOMATIC BELL-RINGING— 

repealing act requiring devices for 4.12 

AUTOMOBILES— 

relative to equipping with illuminated number plates 722 

theft of 100 






B 
BAIL— 

municipal court 591 

relating to the forfeiture of 711 

BAKERIES— 

wrapping bread 780 



272 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

ISA I. HO A PARK— No. of Bill 

appropriation for 108 

HANK ACT— 

amending by adding new section numbered 9a : 724 

BANKING— 

adding new section to be numbered 9a -- 724 

relative to Sunday closing 489 

BAR— 

State organization 8 

BARBERING— 

licensing and creating board of examiners 537 

BARSTOW TO NEVADA LINE— 

Highway 824 

BATTLE OF SAN PASQUAL— 

appropriation for memorial of 252 

BAY SHORE HIGHWAY— 

providing for establishment 735 

BIRDS— 
protection of 651 

BIDDERS— v 

fixing liability I 603 

BLACKLISTING— 

recovering damages therefor 264 

BLUE BOOK— 
providing for publishing and distribution 510 

BLYTHE— 

establishing highway 439 

BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY— 

to repeal act creating 813 

BOARD OF CONTROL— 

duties and powers 139 

to reconvey certain real estate to L. B. Collins 263 

BOARD OF HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETICIANS— 

creating and providing duties «6 

BOARD OF HEALTH— 

relative to Bureau of Tuberculosis 720 

BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS— 

regulating examinations of applicants for licenses 526 

BOARD OF OPTOMETRY— 

disposition of fines 1 812 

BOARD OF PAROLE COMMISSIONERS— 

amending section 1 of an act establishing 277 

relating to parole and civil rights of prisoners 723 

BOARDS OF ARBITRATION— 

relative to settlement of damages of municipalities before 757 

BOARDS OF ELECTION— 

appointment and duties 447 

BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS— 

fixing duties of relating to highways 256 

relating to general powers 253 

relative to high schools and school districts 352 

relative to jurisdiction and power to prevent fires on State highways 488 

powers for, providing for sick and needy 320 

BOATS— 

regulating renting of 736 

BONDS— 

by insurance companies 27 

for Los Angeles State building 7 

irrigation districts, validating of 817 

issuance by municipalities 669 

issuance for street improvement 412 

issued and sold by municipalities 105 

legality of Municipal Improvement District 68 

legalizing municipal bonds 595 

providing for issuance and sale of bonds for construction of highways 721 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 273 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

BONDS— Continued. No - °j mn 

redemption of for Palo Verde Mutual Water Co 507 

regulating giving in criminal cases 715 

sale of bonds 141 

street improvement 474, 479 

BONDS OF OFFICERS— 

amending Pol. C 129 

BRIDGES— 

tolls, licenses 357 

BROKERS— 

regulation and supervision 294, 525 

BUDGET— 

State highway expenditures 803 

BUILDING AND LOAN— 

regulating associations 630 

regulation of corporations 629 

BUILDING AND LOAN COMMISSION ACT— 

adding new section 619 

amending Sec. 14 622 

amending Sec. 15a 622 

amending Sees. 2, 3, 17 620 

relating to building and loan associations 619 

relating to guarantee stock surplus 624 

relating to salaries of 620 

relative to licensing of 621, 622 

relative to minors and persons of full age 628 

relative to officers giving bond 626 

relative to withdrawals from building and loan associations 627 

BUILDING BONDS— 

relative to issuance and sale for educational and other State purposes 484 

BUREAU OF LABOR— 

amending Sees. 9 and 10, relating to employers 485 

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS— 

establishment of 657 

BUREAU VITAL STATISTICS— 

establishing bureau of registration therefor 144 

BUTTE COUNTY— 

salary of judge 558 

C 

CALAVERAS COUNTY— 

salaries and duties of officers 442 

CALAVERAS RIVER— 

flood control 308 

CALEXICO— 

establishing highway 438 

CALIFORNIA DEBRIS COMMISSION— 

plans for reclamation along Sacramento River 315 

report and findings 318 

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING— 

amending Sec. 17 of act creating 160 

CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY COMMISSION— 

authorizing sale of real estate for public highways by 604 

construction highway near San Francisco 102 

CALIFORNIA INDUSTRIAL FARM AND PRISON FOR WOMEN— 

making an appropriation therefor 469 

CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL— 

appropriation 297, 298 

CALIFORNIA STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION— 

relative to appropriation for the support of 727 

relative to establishing 727 

CALIFORNIA VEHICLE ACT— 

amending Sec. 77 thereof 607 

to amend* Sees. 36a and 41 270 

CALIFORNIA WOMEN'S REFORMATORY— 

establishment of and appropriation therefor 770 

18—39024 sfh 






274 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

CAMPAIGN ADVERTISING—' No. of Bin 

relative to stating party affiliation 170 

CAMP FIRES— 

regulation and issuance of permits 299 

CANDIDATES— 

nomination 425 

CANDIDATES PRIMARY ELECTION— 

providing for nomination 70, 72 

CANOES— 

regulating- rent of 736 

CEMENT— 

manufacture, sale and use ; 426 

CEMETERY CORPORATIONS— 

duties to perform 623 

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE— 

formation 418 

CHANGE OF GRADES— 

street improvements 790 

CHARITIES— 

licensing and inspection of private individuals or corporations providing 

_ homes for children 322 

licensing, inspection and regulation of institutions caring for aged and 

infirm persons 324 

CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS— 

preventing cruelty to children and animals 456 

CHECKS— 

fraud, forgery 388 

CHILD LABOR— 

providing for employment of minors under certain restrictions 471 

relative to conditions of 470 

CHILD LABOR LAW— 

amending said 471 

CHILDREN— 

permits for adoption - 325 

CITIES— 

providing for establishment of municipal courts 578 

amending act of sixth class cities 54 

CITIZENSHIP— 

relative to establishing 756 

CITRUS BY-PRODUCTS— 

relative to research work as to 468 

CITY— 

assessments when, general . 1 

CITY BOARDS OF EDUCATION— 

amending Pol. C. relative to powers and duties of 475 

CITY COUNCILS— 

relative to duties of in street work 261 

CITY JAILS— 

relative to imprisonment of convicts 590 

CITY JUSTICE COURTS— 

relative to 181 

CITY OF OAKLAND— 

granting easement for right of way 285 

CITY OF RIVERSIDE— 

authority to sell certain lands 218 

CITY OF STOCKTON— 

flood control 308 

CITY PLANNING COMMISSION— 

relative to examination of maps of land subdivision by 009 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 275 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

CIVIL CODE— No. of Bin 

adding Sec. 149a 584 

adding Sec. 309$ 809 

adding Sec. 40ll 272 

adding Sec. 690a 164 

adding Sec. 1725 79S 

adding Sees. 2090, 2091, 2092, 2092a 750 

adding new chapter to Title XIII to be numbered Chap. IV 593 

amending relative to written agreements 369 

amending Sees. 33 and 34 582 

amending Sec. 69 283 

amending Sec. 70 i * 585 

amending Sec. 103 181 

amending Sec. 125 774 

amending Sec. 132 '_ 259 

amending Sec. 147 583 

amending Sec. 161 594 

amending Sec. 170 : 192 

amending Sec. 307 739 

amending Sec. 311 586 

amending Sec. 345 163 

amending Sec. 361a 718 

amending Sec. 398 587 

amending Sec. 403 794 

amending Sec. 607a" 458 

amending Sec. 607e 456 

amending Sec. 641 624 

amending Sec. 642 627 

amending Sec. 643 628 

amending Sec. 65366 814 

amending Sec. 1207 771 

amending Sec. 120S 457 

amending Sec. 1241 287 

amending Sec. 1243 288 

amending Sec. 1313 776 

amending Sec. 1404 751 

amending Sees. 1552, 1554, and 1561 702 

amending Sec. 1559 700 

amending Sec. 1577 747 

amending Sec. 1667 7¥S 

amending Sec. 1691 745 

amending Sec. 1797 746 

amending Sec. 3440 17, 251 

amending Sec. 4531 749 

amending relative to municipal courts 579 

amending relative to religious corporations 50S 

repealing Sec. 672 750 

CIVIL SERVICE— 

holiday for employees 435 

CLAIMS— 

by laborers 423 

collection 406 

payment 694 

payment by contractors to persons employed 643 

payment by state 695 

payment to contractors by boards, commissions or officers of state 642 

Pearl E. Green 806 

skeleton bill 346 

CLAIMS OF EMPLOYEES 

amending Workmen's Compensation Act 519 

CLASSIFICATIONS, INSURANCE— 

amending Pol. C 131 

CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE— 

adding See. 302 804 

adding Sec. 1381 790 

COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION-^ 

acceptance of land by State Harbor Board 225 

concerning the water front of th* City and County of San Francisco 738 

relative to promoting 730 



-/(> PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Rills — Continued. 

COMMISSIONER OF CORPORATIONS— No. "or Bin 

creating board 525 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR STATISTICS— 

relative to enforcing conditions of labor of children 470 

COMMISSIONS— 

amending Building and Loan Commission Act 626_ 

appropriations, uniform State laws 370 

relative to brokers' commissions 700 

relative to Fish and Game Commission Act, approved May 25. 1919 as 

amended May 18, 1921 707 

COMMON CARRIERS BY RAIL— 

relative to providing eating and sleeping accommodations- 187 

COMMON LAW TRUSTS— 

taxation of 155 

COMPENSATION INSURANCE— 

extension of limitations 513 

workmen's 42, 43, 44, 202, 203, 204 

CONSERVATION— 

of fish 339 

declaring certain vines public nuisances 149 

providing promotion of fire control districts 265 

CONTRACTS— 

failure of insurance companies 22 

CONTRACTORS— 

payment of claims to employees 643 

CONTROLLER'S OFFICE— 

relating to employees and salaries 300 

CONVEYANCE OF STATE REAL ESTATE— 

authorized through California Highway Commission 604 

CONVICTS— 

payment of claims against State 642 

use of on building highways 648 

CORONERS' DUTIES— 

relating to duties of 611 

CORONER'S INQUEST— 

relative to coroner's duties as to 612 

CORPORATIONS— 

amending Sec. 403 Civil Code, relating to 794 

bequests, gifts and donations 384 

capital assets 809 

checking establishments 552 

directors, trustees 390 

formation of associations 418 

issuing of stock 419 

limitation of actions 405 

meetings of stockholders 586 

organization of credit unions 93 

relative to election of directors of 739 

relative to promoting well-being of mankind 714 

relative to transfer of business franchise and property 713 

stocks 385 

taxation 363 

title insurance 413 

COUNTER CLAIMS— 

actions, foreclosure 373 

COUNTIES— 

fifth class, relative to salaries of officers 169 

fifty-fourth class, salaries of officers 653 

fifty-fifth class, officers 530 

fire protection districts 832 

fortieth class, relative to salaries of officers 442 

relative to salaries of officers in Alameda County 216 

salaries 381 

salaries of officers 148 

sixth class, relative to fees and salaries of officers 772 

thirty-fifth class, relative to salaries of officers^. 189 

thirty-sixth class, officers 531 

thirty-ninth class, relative to compensation of officers 186 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 277 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

COUNTY AGRICULTURAL FAIRS— No. of Bill 

providing for the distribution of moneys 13 

COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP OFFICERS— 

relative to absence 448 

COUNTY GOVERNMENT— 

revising act providing work on highways 256 

relative to assessment of escaped property _ 454 

relative to power of boards of supervisors 488 

COUNTY JAILS— 

approving alteration of 753 

approving construction of 753 

COUNTY LIVE STOCK INSPECTOR— 

duties and enforcement of same 309 

COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSIONS— 

relative to powers and duties of 7(57 

relative to providing for establishing of 707 

COUNTY RECORDER— 

relative to recording maps of subdivisions by 609 

COUNTY RECORDERS— 

amending Pol. C 71 

COURT REPORTERS— 

amending C. C. P 127 

COURTS— 

amending Pen. C. relative to fines 112 

appeals from municipal courts 580 

authorizing establishment of municipal courts and regulation thereof 578 

calling conferences of all justices 323 

establishment of conciliation court 316 

fees of clerks of municipal courts 581 

juvenile 324, 431 

making procedure in justice's and police courts apply to municipal courts 592 

municipal court jurisdiction over misdemeanors 589 

municipal courts may admit to and justify bail 577 

place of trial 145 

prescribing courts and courts of record — 582 

prescribing what courts have seals 583 

providing for imprisonment of convicts in the municipal court 590 

relating to appeals from municipal courts 593 

relating to ineligibility of certain judges to any other office or public 

employment 594 

relative to contempts 317 

relative to salaries of judges of superior court for Riverside County 692 

salaries of judges 704 

seal of municipal court 584 

sessions of superior courts 87 

superior, relating to legal holidays 541 

CREDIT UNIONS— 

incorporation and management of 93 

CRIMINAL— 

relative to giving of bonds in criminal cases 715 

CRIMINAL BONDS— 

to regulate signing of 241 

CRIMINAL CASES— 

amending Pen. C 94 

perfecting and hearing 368 

sentences in 3 

D 
DAMAGES— 

relative to settling damages of cities by Board of Arbitration 757 

suits for 532 

DAMS— 

relating to protection of fish 649 

DAY OF REST— 

amending Sec. 1 relative thereto 193 

DECEASED EMPLOYEES— 

relative to graduated scale of compensation for dependents of 569 



278 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

DEED OF RECONVEYANCE— No. of Bin 

to L. B. Collins of certain real estate 263 ' 

DEEDS— 

recording 644 

DEER— 

license for killing of 559 

protection 652 

DEFECTIVELY ACKNOWLEDGED INSTRUMENTS— 

amending Sec. 1207 C. C. relative thereto 771 

DEFICIENCY— 

for senators and assemblymen 352 

DELEGATES— 

primary elections 803 

DELINQUENT STOCK SALE— 

relative to extension of time of ' 163 

DEL NORTE COUNTY— 

county officers' salaries 509 

relative to highway 130 

salaries of superior court judges 86 

DEL PASO BOULEVARD— 

relative to making same a State highway 740 

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING— 

creating a revolving fund for construction of highways by a bond issue 721 

relative to salaries of officers and employees 160 

repealing an act approved May 20, 1915, relating to abandonment of portions 

of routes of State roads and highways 598 

DEPARTMENT OF NARCOTIC ENFORCEMENT— 

creating department and director 80 

DEPENDENT CHILDREN— 

care and maintenance, making an appropriation 304 

supervision of "children's home finding societies" 329 

DEPOSIT— 

of public moneys 2 

DEPUTY SEALERS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES— 

appointment, salaries of 157 

DEVISES— 

in charitable uses 776 

DIRECTOR OF AERONAUTICS— 

creating 175 

DISABILITIES— 

workmen's compensation insurance 578 

DISABILITY OF EMPLOYEES— 

relative to payments on permanent disability to follow those for temporary 517 

DISQUALIFICATION OF JUDGES— 

indicating when judges may not sit in any case — '. 192 

DISTRIBUTION OF ESTATES— 

deceased persons 574 

relative to estates of deceased non-residents 748 

DISTRICTS— 

creation in South Basin 656 

fish and game 146 

fish and game division 403 

relative to Knights Landing ridge drainage district 560 

relating to sanitary districts 719 

school - 428 

DIVISION OF STATE— 

into legislative districts 326 

DIVORCES— 

domicile 774 

relative to final judgments 259 

DRAINAGE DISTRICTS— 

amending section 7 of act creating Knights Landing Drainage District 560 

collection of funds in Sacramento and San Joaquin Districts 305 

creation of districts 561 

Sacramento and San Joaquin District . 314 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 279 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

DRAINAGE, SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED LANDS— No. of Bill 

creation of drainage districts 220 

DRUG ADDICTS— 

to establish institution for care of 180 

DRUGS AND MEDICINES— 

regulating manufacture and sale 455 

regulating working hours of pharmacists 162 

DUTIES— 

of county recorders, amending Pol. C : 71 

of Harbor Commissioners 698 

of Land Settlement Board 353 

of Live Stock Inspector 420 

of notaries public, amending Pol. C 60 

of State Treasurer 38 

DYEING AND CLEANING— 

regulation of establishments i 632 

E 
EAST BAY UTILITY DISTRICT— 

validating organization of 254 

EATING PLACES— 

public 799 

EDUCATION— 

apportionment of school funds 636 

colleges, universities and professional schools 311 

duties of schools and teachers 655 

high schools 428 

housing of school pupils 344 

powers of school boards 343 

prohibiting existence of fraternities in public schools 610 

public schools 536 

regulating private trade schools 434 

relative to boards of trustees 565 

relative to duties of the Superintendent of Public Instruction 634 

relative to kindergartens 637 

relative to payment of interest on unpaid orders against any school district 564 

relative to powers and duties of trustees 475 

relative to the sale or leasing of school property 701 

relative to twenty-four-hour school act 543 

require nonresidents to pay costs 762 

separate school districts 766 

taxation of schools 638 

use of property adjoining schools 432 

EL CENTRO— 

establishing highway 438 

ELECTIONS— 

amending primary 70, 72 

amending Sec. 5 of the Primary Election Law 707 

choosing of delegates to political parties 355, 361 

electors for president and vice president 208 

illiterate or helpless voters 56 

in sanitary districts 342 

nominating electors for president and vice president 207 

nomination of candidates 425 

officers, board of supervisors — 356 

primary, choosing delegates 803 

registration 436 

regulation of primary 150 

use of voting machines 750 

voting, judicial offices 807 

ELECTRO METALS CORPORATION— 

suits against state 533 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS— 

pupils of not allowed to join secret societies f»10 

relative to courses of study 240 

EMBEZZLEMENT— 

by insurance companies — 415 

EMERGENCY FUND— 

appropriation to meet deficiency 230 



280 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

EMINENT DOMAIN— No. of Bill 

relative to proceedings therein 287, 288, 335 

relative to property 289 

EMPLOYEES— 

compensation of 519 

in Controller's- office , 300 

in school districts housing 344 

on railroad trains 512 

on trains 511 

preservation of health 138 

providing drinking water for train crews 233 

workmen's compensation 516 

EMPLOYMENT— 

persons hired in this State, working in other states 341 

regulating operation 550 

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES— 

amending section, regulating same 631 

licensing and operation : 214 

regulation 693 

regulation and licensing '. 206 

rules and regulations 549 

ENGINES— 

locomotive, the regulating of 143 

ESTATES— 

distribution by heirs 1 234 

distribution of 574 

unclaimed . : _ 706 

EXECUTIONS— 

issuance of 92 

EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS— 

fees - 392 

relative to mortgages 747 

EXHIBITS— 

agricultural, citrus and deciduous 321 

EXPERTS— 

examination and compensation 124 

EXPLOSIVES— 

regulating use of near aqueducts 166 

EXPOSITION PARK IN LOS ANGELES— 

appropriation for repairing _ 79, 825 

'•F 

FEEBLE-MINDED— 

commitment of 9 

FEES— 

clerks of municipal courts 581 

collected by employment agencies 693 

employment agencies 551 

for official reporters 200 

of county officers _ 763 

of court reporters 126, 127 

registration of motor vehicles 222 

to be collected by employment agencies ' 631 

FELONS— 

rehabilitation of 567 

FEMALE EMPLOYEES— 

limiting hours _ 135 

FERRY BUILDING— 

relative to appropriation for, San Francisco 731 

FIDUCIARY OBLIGATIONS— 

liability 792 

FILES OF CASES— 

relative to return of, to court where action began .„ 272 

FINANCE— 

department of 829 

powers and duties of finance board 139 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 281 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

FINES — No. of Bin 

amending Pen. C 111 

disposition of 112 

in justices' courts 243 

payment to Interstate Commerce Commission 696 

FIRE AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE— 

regarding appointment of soliciting agents 177 

FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE— 

capital stock 33 

FIRE CONTROL DISTRICTS— 

relative to alteration of boundaries 265 

FIRE DEPARTMENTS— 

by villages and towns 205 

hours of duty 729 

in unincorporated cities 784 

limiting hours of labor 104 

relative to limiting hours of labor of members of 729 

FIRE LANES AND TRAILS— 

appropriation for : 176 

FIRE PREVENTION— 

Santa Cruz Mountains 791 

FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICTS— 

county 832 

FIRES— 

incendiary 362 

FISH— 

conservation 339 

protection 81, 83, 338, 522, 523, 639, 640, 641, 649, 650, 667 

regulation of buying and selling 647 

FISH AND GAME— 

amending an act approved May 25, 1919, as amended May 18, 1921 709 

division of districts 146 

division of State into districts 403 

establishing district in Humboldt County 82 

establishing district for propagation of game 154 

game refuge in San Jacinto Mountains 219 

protection 88, 269, 271, 273, 330, 331, 332, 490, 491, 500, 504 

protection of beaver 540 

regulating killing of deer 248 

regulating purse seines 156 

regulating sale of licenses 596 

relative district four and three-fourths 503 

relative division of State into six districts 502 

relative to conserving fish 250 

relative to forfeiture of licenses 487 

relative to forfeitures of licenses to hunt 618 

relative to killing but one deer in season 268 

relative to protection of salmon 726 

skeleton bill 534 

FISH PRODUCTS— 

prevention of manufacture 339 

FISHERY PRODUCTS— 

controlling use of 250 

FLAGS— 

polls, voting places 391 

flood control- 
Los Angeles 808 

FOREIGN COMPANIES— 

transacting business in state 31 

FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES— 

relating to notices to be given 790 

FOREST— 

experiment station appropriation 5 

FOREST FIRES— 

prevention of, in San Gabriel Mountains 10 

protection by state forester 140 

relative to preventing in San Gabriel Mountains 732 






282 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES— No. of Bill 

family protection 554 

FUNDS— 

collection by county treasurers in drainage districts 305 

for building streets in cities 407 

guarantee by title insurance companies 413 

school, arising from activities 310 

G 

GAMBLING— 

prohibiting certain mechanical devices 279 

GAME— 

amending Penal Code 88 

protection 557, 651 

protection of deer : 652 

GAME AND FISH— 

providing for licenses 596 

GAME REFUGE— 

San Jacinto Mountains 219 

GASOLINE— 

providing tax on 602 

GIFTS— 

for charitable purposes 401 

GIFTS AND BEQUESTS— 

establishing a tax on 571 

GOVERNOR'S CAMP— 

highway for same L 15 

GOVERNOR'S MANSION— 

appropriation for upkeep 41 

GOVERNMENTAL EFFICIENCY— 

relating to salaries of superior court judges . 281 

GRADE CROSSINGS— 

on highways 440 

GRAND JURIES— 

powers and duties of 553 

GRANDSTAND— 

for State Agricultural Grounds 125 

GRANTS— 

to San Diego 327, 328 

GUARDIAN— 

for Marshall Monument 4 

GUARDIANS— 

relative to lease by 747 

H 

HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETICIANS— 

regulating occupation . 76 

HALE, R. B.— 

claim 228 

HANDRAILS— 

requiring railroad companies to equip engine cabs with 451 

HARBOR COMMISSIONERS— 

appropriating money to pay claim ,. 345 

holidays for employees 435 

insuring of property located on San Francisco waterfront 697 

powers and duties — . 699 

relative to waterfront of city and county of San Francisco 738 

salaries and duties 698 

HEADLIGHTS— 

repealing act relative to 449 

HEALTH AND QUARANTINE— 

prohibiting tourist camps near cities of 40,000 or over 275 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 283 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

HEIRS— xo. ofEiii 

distribution of estates — 234 

obtaining of money ' — 625 

HIGHWAY— 

Hollister to King City, appropriation 6 

HIGHWAY COMMISSION— 

duties 437 

relative to powers and duties 646 

HIGHWAY DISTRICTS— 
organization of 113 

HIGHWAYS— 

acquiring of rights of way 645 

appropriation for State highway from Oroville to Quincy 742 

Barstow to Nevada line 824 

construction of, near San Francisco 102 

establishment in Mendocino County 443 

expenditures, budgeting 801 

from Blythe to State line 439 

grade crossings 440 

relative to Bay Shore Highway 735 

relative to making Del Paso Boulevard a State highway 740 

use of convict labor 648 

HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA— 

promoting interest in 727 

relative to disseminating knowledge of 727 

HOLIDAYS— 

amending Pol. C 118 

for civil service employees 435 

HOLLISTER— 

to King City highway 6 

HOSPITALS— 

defrauding of 295 

relating to liens of keepers 292 

HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS— 

granting of land for highway purposes 226 

HOTELS— 

regulating construction of - 754 

recovery of personal property 293 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY— 

creating fish and game district 82 

salaries of county officers 148 

salary of superior court judges 84 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC— 

sale by drainage districts : 307 

I 
IMMIGRATION COMMISSION— 

providing plans for construction of county jails 753 

INCOME TAX— 

levy and collection of 142 

INCOMPETENTS— 

commitment to State hospitals 9 

INDEBTEDNES S— 

publication by municipal corporations 36 

INDEMNITY INSURANCE— 

skeleton bill 151 

INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS— 

skeleton bill 244 

INDIANS— 

appropriation for relief 337 

appropriation to investigate 336 

INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR ADULT BLIND— 

permitting City of Oakland to condemn right of way 284 

•INDUSTRIAL WELFARE COMMISSION— 

regulating the employment of women and minors 482 

relative to hours of labor of females 483 



-< S ^ FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

INHERITANCE TAX— No. of Bill 

establishing a tax on legacies, gifts and bequests ._! 571 

INHERITANCE TAX ACT— 

amending 77 

INHERITANCE TAX DEPT.— 

salaries 303 

INJUNCTION— 

violators may demand jury trial 249 

of insurance companies 427 

of milk 347 

INJURY— 

by employees 520 

INSANE PERSONS— 

appropriation for transportation . 231 

transportation 383 

hospitals 358 

INSTITUTIONS— 

relative department of 445 

INSURANCE— 

bonds required from insurance companies 27 

classification of 131 

compilation by foreign companies 81 

contracts by assessment associations 18 

deposits by alien companies 34 

failure on insurance contracts 22 

filing of statements 26 

granting of annuities 19 

investments by insurance companies 24 

joint policies 21 

land value 414 

licensing of insurance brokers 23 

licensing, regulating, supervising adjusters 20 

method by which surety companies may do business ! 25 

mutual life and casualty corporations 32 

pertaining to benefits from loans or investments ,. 17 

police, health and life 48 

powers of Insurance Commissioner 35 

publication of withdrawal notices 28 

regulating business 416 

relating to reciprocal and interdnsurance exchanges 716 

relating to taxes collected by State 417 

retirement of companies 29 

stock of fire and marine companies 33 

title 413 

taxation of insurance companies 30 

workmen's compensation 800 

INSURANCE AGENTS— 

relative to licensing 566 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER— 

relative to filing annual statements 749 

salary of deputy insurance commissioner 570 

powers 35 

INSURANCE COMPANIES— 

embezzlement by agents or brokers 415 

examination 427 

INVESTMENTS— 

by insurance companies 24 

IRRIGATION— 

organization, maintenance and operation of districts 307 

IRRIGATION DISTRICT— 

107 

for Potter Valley___ 121 

IRRIGATION DISTRICT BONDS— 

purchase of by State 349 



-ATE PINAL HISTORY. 285 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

IRRIGATION DISTRICTS— No.tfBiii 

amending Sec. 15 of an act providing for organization of 247 

dissolution of _ 785 

distribution of water, construction of works -- S31 

management of bonds, arrears in payment 350 

organization of 755 

organization of districts 302 

providing for organization of 755 

validating bonds 817 

ISLAIS CREEK— 

granting of land to Harbor Board 225 

ISLAIS CREEK RECLAMATION— 

relative authorizing improvements therein 196 

ISSUANCE OF ENECUTIONS— 

amending C. C. P 92 

J 

JOHN MUIR TRAIL— 

appropriating of money for 291 

JOINDERS— 

of parties to action 378 

JOINT POLICIES— 

issued by insurance companies ' 21 

JUDGES— 

Kern County 786 

relative to salaries of superior court judges of Sacramento Countv 752 

salaries 441, 704, 815, 827 

San Bernardino County 833 

JUDICIAL OFFICES— 

voting for at primary 807 

JUDICIAL TOWNSHIPS— 

skeleton bill 712 

JUDICIARY— 

relative to publishing legal notices in certain localities 708 

skeleton bill 277, 278 

JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICTS— 

relative to annexing high school districts thereto 194 

JURORS— 

challenges 798 

JUSTICE— 
salary of 558 

JUSTICE'S COURTS— 

pleadings and actions 209 

salaries of district court of appeal 575 

salaries of chief and associates , 576 

JUVENILE COURT— 

salaries probation officers 109 

JUVENILE COURT LAW— 

amending Sec. 11 257 

amending Sec. 19c 783 

relative salary probation officer Kings County 497 

salaries probation officers in counties of fourteenth class 819 

K 

KERN COUNTY— 

establishing highway between Bakersfield and Mojave 306 

KINDERGARTENS— 

powers of boards of education 637 

KINGS COUNTY— 

relative to compensation of county officers 498 

relative to salary of probation officer 497 

KNIGHTS LANDING— 

relative to drainage district 560 






286 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

[ndex to Senate Bills — Continued. 

L 
LABOR — no. of Bill 

amending act regulating the hours of female employees 483 

amending P. C. relative to hours 116 

claims 423 

convicts, on highways 648 

hours on duty of fire departments 104, 729 

limiting hodrs of female employees r 135 

mechanics { liens 773 

payment- of wages 340 

regulation of employment agencies 693 

regulation of employment bureaus 206 

LABOR AND CAPITAL— 

employment agencies '_ 549 

noncitizens not to be employed in public works 472 

prohibiting blacklisting 264 

regulating labor conditions of children 470 

relative to a day of rest ! 617 

relative to hours of labor in city fire departments 729 

relative to regulating private employment agencies 548 

LAKE COUNTY— 

relative to salary of superior judge 444 

taking over by State of certain road 446 

LAMPARA NETS— 

regulating use of 156 

LAND GRANTS— 

acceptance of land ■ 644 

LANDS— 

forfeiture of 725 

providing for the sale held in reserve 562 

sale by reference to maps 119 

sold for taxes 301 

LAND SETTLEMENT— 

creation of board 353 

LAND TITLED 

authorizing withdrawal of operation of 153 

LAND VALUE— 

insurance 414 

LAW— 

regulating practice of 8 

LAW ENFORCEMENT— 

creating a department of 274 

LAWYERS— 

State organization 8 

LEGAL NOTICES— 

requiring publication of — 70S 

LEGISLATIVE— 

postponement of trials when attorney is member of Legislature 433 

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS— 

relating to division of State 326 

LEGISLATIVE MANUAL— 

providing for publishing and distribution 510 

LIABILITIES— 

by officers , 424 

LIABILITY— 

for compensation, workmen's compensation 516 

of bidders to State of California 603 

on fiduciary obligations . 792. 

LICENSES— 

fish and game 596 

for employment agencies 550 

for insurance companies '. m , 23 

for mechanic, repairing motor vehicles ■= 296 

for milling, sampling, etc.- 137 

for mortgage loan companies , 134 

for real estate brokers 290 

for killing deer . 559 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 287 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

LICENSES— Continued. No - of BiU 

hunting and fishing 613 

medical practice act 778 

of automobile operators and chauffeurs 599 

relative to forfeiture of 487 

LICENSE TAXES— 

providing for collection of 602 

relative to collection of 601 

LICENSING— 

insurance adjusters 20 

of employment bureaus 214 

LIENS— 

amending Civil Code ., 97, 98, 99 

by keepers of hospitals 292 

for street, highway or sidewalk improvement 101 

mechanics 773 

providing methods of procedure relative to 457 

removal of property under 100 

LIMITATIONS— 

extending workmen's compensation 513 

LIVE STOCK— 

duties of inspector 429 

inspection of bovine animals 538 

payment of indemnities 539 

protection from diseases 828 

veterinarian, and duties 312 

LIVE STOCK SHOWS- 
appropriation for premiums 506 

LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES— 

placing speed recorders on 143 

LOS ANGELES— 

appropriation for expositions 389 

State building bonds 7 

LOS ANGELES COUNTY— 
flood control 808 

relative to salaries of superior judges 710 

LYE— 

manufacture and sale of 319 

JVI 

MAD RIVER— 

protection from erosion 128 

MAGISTRATES— 

prescribing who are 588 

MANUFACTURING— 

of bakeries products 780 

pf lye and other caustic substances 319 

of mattresses 787 

MAPS OF SUBDIVISIONS— 

recording of 119 

relative to recording 609 

MARIPOSA COUNTY— 

salaries of officers 653 

MARRIAGE— 

who may solemnize 585 

MARRIAGE LICENSES— 

relating to issuance of 283 

MARSH LANDS— 

management and control 114 

MARSHALL'S MONUMENT— 

appropriation 47 

guardian for 4 

MATERNITY AID— 

providing for 95 

MATTRESSES— 

regulation of manufacture 787 



288 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

MEDICAL— No. of Bin 

powers of boards of supervisors to help sick and needy 320 

schools for teaching medicine 318 

MEDICAL PRACTICE ACT— 

to repeal Sec. 13 778 

MENDOCINO COUNTY— 

establishing highway r 443 

probation officer's salary 58 

MENDOCINO STATE HOSPITAL— 

relative to building for patients for special care 267 

METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICTS— 

providing for incorporation of 178 

MILLING— 

regulation of . 137 

MILK— 

prevention of sale of impure 347 

MINIMUM WAGE— 

regulating the employment of women and minors 482 

MISDEMEANORS— 

municipal court jurisdiction _ 589 

MISSION BAY REFUGE DISTRICT 

relative to boundaries 154 

MISSIONS— 

San Francisco del Solano 215 

MONTEREY COUNTY— 

salaries of judges of superior court 91 

MORRILL, G. W — 

to pay claim 62 

MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANIES— 

regulation thereof 134 

MOTOR BUSSES— 

inspection 61 

MOTOR FUEL ACT— 

amending 602 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACT— 

amending 601 

amending 599 

MOTOR VEHICLES— 

applications for registration of 600 

licensing of mechanics 296 

providing for illuminated number plates 722 

registration fees 222 

relative assessments 123 

relative to registration fees 607 

MUNICIPAL— 

authorizing city of Riverside to sell parks ■■ 218 

assessments, when general 1 

concerning 473 

discontinuance of land for parks 223 

establishing and changing grades 669 

general street improvements ' 411 

improvement by cities 409 

improvements by municipalities 408 

improvement of streets 407, 474. 479 

land for park purposes 221 

organization and incorporation 16 

port districts 402 

publication of contracts 36 

providing for consolidation 768 

providing for work on streets 1 261 

relating to boundaries 769 

relating to funds for improvements 410 

relative to assessment district for street improvements 477 

relative to classifications of 741 

relating to determination of population 768 

relative to sanitary and drainage systems 481 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 289 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

MUNICIPAL— Continued. No. of Bin 

relative to assessment district for lighting systems 478 

utility district bonds legalized 255 

validation of 90 

validation of annexation of territory thereto 89 

water districts, incorporation of 821 

MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS— 

legalizing bonds * 68 

validating formation • 67 

MUNICIPALITIES— 

issuance of bonds 141 

legalizing bonds 595 

noxious weeds , 797 

power to make grants to University of California 816 

voting of bonds 105 

MUNICIPAL COURTS— 

place of trial of civil actions 579 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICTS— 

amending act relating thereto 184 

MURDER— 

punishment of murderers 147 

N 
NARCOTICS— 

creating department and director 80 

poisons 393 

NAVIGATION— 

Sacramento, San Joaquin and Feather rivers, improvements 826 

NETS— 

use in catching fish 641 

NONPAYMENT OF DELINQUENT INTEREST— 

relative to forfeiture of certain lands 725 

NONRESIDENTS— 

relative to assigned estates to 745 

NONRESIDENT DECEDENTS— 

relative to distribution of estates of 748 

NONRESIDENTS— 

paying cost of education 1 762 

relative to removal of property of a nonresident ward 746 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— 

amending Political Code 69 

limiting appointees in counties of second class 245 

NUISANCE— 

disposal of sewage 654 

O 

OATH-BOUND FRATERNITIES— 

forbidding their existence in public schools 610 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS— 

fees 200 

OFFICERS— 

county and township, absence from State 830 

regulating bonds 129 

regulating fines 1 111 

OIL— 

appointment of commission for investigation relative to taxation 691 

companies, public utilities 810 

signs for sale of lubricating oils 213 

use of signs for sale of lubricating oils 212 

OPTOMETRY— 

regulating the practice of 201, 812 

ORCHARDS— 

improvement 496 

19-^39024 sfh 



290 FINAL CALENDAR OP LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

OROVILLE— No. of Bin 

providing for State highway to Quincy 742 

OSTEOPATHY— 

regulating the practice of 520 

P 
PACIFIC COLONY— 

authorizing sale or lease of 168 

PALO VERDE— 

creating irrigation district 507 

PARKING— 

regulating motor vehicles 600 

PARKS— 

discontinuance of municipal 223 

disposition of municipal . 221 

sale of, in Riverside 218 

PARTNERSHIPS— 

defining and organizing 364 

laws uniform 365 

PAYMENTS— 

of workmen's compensation 521 

PENAL CODE— 

adding Sec. 65a" 170 

adding Sec. 3686 266 

adding Sec. 626ee 269 

adding Sec. 640a 802 

adding Sec. 1281a 577 

adding Sec. 1425a 589 

adding Sec. 1461a 592 

adding Sec. 1468a 580 

adding Sec. 1617 590 

adding Sees. 601a, 6016, 601c, 601a\ and 796 166 

adding section relative protection fish and game 490 

adding thirteen new sections thereto 199 

amending Sec. 330a 279 

amending Sec. 626 273 

amending Sec. 626/ 248 

amending Sec. 626i 268 

amending Sec. 6286 271 

amending Sec. 631e 618 

amending Sec. 631e, relating to forfeiture of licenses 487 

amending Sec. 632 280 

amending Sec. 634 726 

amending Sec. 808 588 

amending Sec. 1076 - ~ 798 

amending Sec. 1203 199 

amending Sec. 1288 591 

amending Sec. 1305 711 

amending Sec. 1457 243 

amending Sec. 1570 242 

amending Sees. 673, 674, 675 723 

amending Sees. 1466, 1467, 1468, 1469 580 

skeleton bills 242, 243 

amending certain sections 612 

amending relative criminal cases 368 

amending relative fish and game , 401, 504 

amending relative protection fish and game 500 

PENALTIES— 

for buying fish 647 

for delinquent taxes 14 

PENSIONS— 

for old age 45 

for police 48 

PERMITS— 

for adoption of children --^ 325 

for building of camp fires 299 

PERONE, VIRGIL— 

appropriation for claim 493 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 291 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

PERSONAL PROPERTY— No of B J n 

by heirs 625 

sale of by executors and administrators 572 

real estate 573 

PETITIONS— 

for organization of municipal corps 16 

PHARMACISTS— 

fixing working hours' of 162 

PHARMACY— 

amending act — 60 

appointment of board m 210 

regulating practice 455 

regulation of 40 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION— 

schools, appropriation 351 

PINNACLES— 

national monument highway 6 

PLEADINGS— • 

in justice's courts 209 

PLEA OF GUILTY— 

amending Pen. C 66 

PLUMAS COUNTY— 

salaries of officers 63 

salary of probation officer ' 64 

POLITICAL CODE— 

adding new Sec. 730g 692 

adding new Sec. 3631a 744 

adding Sec. 633e__^ 177 

adding Sec. 737? 833 

adding Sec. 737m 786 

adding Sec. 737# 191 

adding Sec. 737ccc 281 

adding Sec. 7386 752 

adding Sec. 739 827 

adding Sec. 1584a 795 

adding Sec. 3664 155 

adding Sec. 4300Z 581 

amending Sec. 365c and adding Sees. 365rf, 365e, 365/, 365a, 365fr, 365i, 365;, 

365fc, 365Z, 365m, 365w. 365o, 365p 646 

amending Sec. 360c 829 

amending Sec. 472 __ 761 

amending Sec. 475 760 

amending Sec. 610 179 

amending Sec. 633 566 

amending Sec. 633a 758 

amending Sec. 736 576 

amending Sec. 737 815 

amending Sec. 7376 710 

amending Sec. 791 245 

amending Sec. 797 461 

amending Sec. 1188 244 

amending Sec. 1543a , 564 

amending Sec. 1532 634 

amending Sec. 1665 240 

amending Sec. 1617* 701 

amending Sec. 1757 781 

amending Sec. 2196 ^ 260 

amending Sec. 3465 '. 779 

amending Sec. 3649 454 

amending Sec. 3681a 732 

amending Sec. 3746 460 

amending Sec. 3758 465 

amending Sec. 3759 464 

amending Sec. 3762 463 

amending Sec. 3764 T 462 

amending Sec. 4035 772 

amending Sec. 4041 253 

amending Sec. 4143 611 

amending Sec. 4234 169 

amending Sec. 4264 189 






292 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

POLITICAL CODE— Continued. No. of Bill 

amending Sec. 42G8 186 

amending Sec. 4269 442 

amending Sec. 4313 830 

amending Sees. 78 and 90 820 

amending Sees. 3839 to 3856, inclusive 717, 728 

amending Sees. 4014, 4015, 4016 712 

relative absence county and township officers 448 

relative to city boards of education ^ 475 

relative department of institutions 445 

relative to officers of Kings County 498 

relative officers' salaries in Del Norte County * '. 509 

relative public schools 501 

relative to public works 499 

relative to salary of superior judge in Lake County 444 

repealing Sees. 3094-3095, relative to 718 

POISONS— 

sale and use of 11 

POLICE RELIEF— 

pensions and insurance 48 

relative to annual payments 122 

POLL TAX— 

providing for levy and collection 717 

relating to levy and collection of _ 723 

POPULATION— 

determination of population of municipal corporations 768 

PORTS— 

municipal 402 

POTTER VALLEY— 

organization irrigation district 121 

POULTRY AND LIVE STOCK— 

liens of sellers of 98 

PRACTICE OF MEDICINE— 

board of examiners, how appointed, their duties prescribed 526 

PREMIUMS— 

by mutual life insurance association , 32 

PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT— 

nomination of electors , 208 

nomination of electors 207 

choosing of electors 355 

PRESIDENTIAL EXPENSES— 

appropriation 46 

PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN— 

relating to societies for — 458 

PRIMARY ELECTIONS— 

amending act 707 

regulation of 150 

PRISON— 

southern California branch 53 

PRISONS AND REFORMATORIES— 

-skeleton bill 568 

skeleton bill 567 

PRISONERS— 

to be used in manufacture of cement 426 

relative to parole and civil rights 723 

PROBATE MATTERS— 

relating to procedure 662 

PROBATION— 

by juvenile courts 334 

officers, salaries of 819 

juvenile court law 783 

PROBATION OFFICERS— 

duties and salary of 431 

for Whittier State Schodl 257 

salaries and duties 224 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 293 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

PROCEEDINGS— No. of Bill 

in criminal cases 94 

under eminent domain 335 

PROFESSIONAL BONDSMEN— 

regulating fees of 241 

PROPERTY— 

aliens' rights 236 

attachment by officer 424 

relative to removal of property of non-resident ward 746 

that can be taken under eminent domain • 289 

unclaimed 706 

PROTECTION— 

of abalones . 338 

of aged persons 45 

of deer 652 

of deer and antelope 331 

of fish 280, 522, 523, 639, 640, 641, 649, 650, 667 

of fish and game J 12, 330, 332 

of game 1 557, 651 

PROTECTION OF PUBLIC PROPERTY— 

authorizing State police with powers of peace officers 167 

PROTECTION OF RAILROAD EMPLOYEES— 

changes in cab for, protection of - 453 

repealing an act relative thereto 451 

PUBLIC EATING PLACES— 

prohibiting operation with other lines of business 799 

PUBLIC CONTRACTS— 

furnishing supplies 115 

PUBLIC HEALTH— 

drainage of swamp lands 386 

regulation of dyeing and cleaning establishments 632 

relative to regulating use of buildings 754 

relative to sale of poisons 11 

relative to utilization of the unclaimed dead 718 

PUBLIC HEALTH AND QUARANTINE— 

practice of pharmacy 40 

regulate the practice of optometry 201 

relative to care of mental defections in private sanitariums 260 

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— 

relative to Superintendent of 634 

PUBLIC MONEYS— 

deposit of 2 

PUBLIC NUISANCE— 

declaring certain vines as such 149 

PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS— 

providing food at cost 75 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS— 

relative to tuition 501 

PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION— 

relating to discharge of employees 633 

PUBLIC UTILITIES— 

amending act relative to 528 

oil companies 810 

ownership of publicly and privately owned utilities 764 

relative to 529 

relative to investigation of w 764 

repealing an act relative to 450 

PUBLIC WELFARE— 

duties of department 329 

PUBLIC WORK— 

employment of labor 117 

restraining hours of labor 116 

PUBLIC WORK BY DAY'S LABOR— 

amending act relating thereto 182 



294 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS— No. of Bin 

contractors for restricted as to whom they shall employ 472 

relative to control and salary , 499 

requiring estimates, plans to be prepared before doing same 183 

PUNISHMENT— 

for murder 147 

PURRINGTON, E. E.— 

claim against State of California _ 103 

Q 

QUINCY— 

providing for state highway to Oroville 742 

R 

RAILROAD COMMISSION— 

powers and duties : 430, 661 

skeleton bill 528 

RAILROAD COMPANIES— 

to provide drinking water to employees on locomotives and cabooses 232 

to reimburse employees for property losses 190 

RAILROADS— 

authority by Railroad Commission 430 

building of additional tracks 404 

employees on trains : 512 

providing watches for employees 120 

regulating number of cars in train 136 

safety of employees and travelers 511 

RAILROAD ENGINES— 

relative to safe manning of 266 

REAL ESTATE— 

creating a department of . . 527 

relating to probate sales . 702 

rights of way 237 

transfer of personal property 573 

REAL ESTATE BROKERS— 

regulating, licensing and supervision 527 

regulation and licensing 290 

REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT— 

amending act relating to 527 

REAPPORTIONMENT— 

division of State into legislative districts 820 

RECIPROCAL AND INTERINSURANCE ACT— 
amending 716 

RECLAMATION— 

on Sacramento River 315 

RECLAMATION DISTRICTS— 

collecting installments 561 

creation of District 1500 220 

REDDING— 

exchange of lots — 354 

REFORMATORIES— 

establishing probation officers , 224 

establishment of California Women's Reformatory 770 

REFUNDING BONDS— 

relating to and issuance of 314 

REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSIONS— 

relative to establishing 767 

REGISTRATION— 

certificates of transfer for motor vehicles 600 

for elections 436 

of pharmacists 60 

relative to formula for motor vehicles 607 

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS— 

providing for time of 78 

RELIEF— 

for Indians 337 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 295 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

RELIGIOUS CORPORATIONS— No. of Bin 

amending C. C 508 

REPORTERS' FEES— 

amending Pen. C 126 

REVENUE AND TAXATION— 

levy and collection of taxes on notes, bonds, and deeds 37 

regulating refining and distribution of gasoline 601 

relative to disposition of license tax on motor fuels 602 

taxes 211 

RIGHTS OF WAY— 

relative to quieting titles of - 237 

reserving of property for 237 

RISKS— 

by insurance companies 29 

RIVERS— 

regulating renting of canoes and boats on rivers 736 

RIVERSIDE COUNTY— 

relative to salary of superior court judges 692 

ROADS— 

from El Centro to Calexico 438 

improvement of streets by municipalities 409 

improvements by municipalities 407 

in municipalities 408, 411 

marking and numbering , 437 

rights of way 410 

ROADS AND HIGHWAYS— 

authorizing construction of uncompleted State highways 614 

authorizing conveyance of real estate for 604 

bonds 380 

creating State highway in Santa Cruz County 161 

establishing Bakersfield-Mojave road as a State highway 246 

establishing a State highway in Kern County 306 

from Constantia to Purdy 229 

relative to abandonment of portions of routes of State roads and highways. 598 

relative to powers and duties of California Highway Commission 646 

rights of way from San Bernardino to Needles 360 

to provide for highway in California Redwood Park 15 

S 
SACKS— 

liens on 97 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY— 

relative to salary of superior court judges 752 

SACRAMENTO, SAN JOAQUIN AND FEATHER RIVERS— 

improvements of navigation 826 

SAFETY— 

by railroads ' 511 

of railroad employees 453 

of railroad employees and travelers 136 

of workmen 467 

on trains 512 

SALARIES— 

chief justice and associate justices of Supreme Court 576 

election statistician 421 

employees in State Treasury Dept 50 

for corporation secretary 420 

for superior court of Alpine 563 

inheritance dept 303 

judge of superior court of Del Norte County 86 

judges of superior court of Humboldt County 84 

justices District Court of Appeal 575 

of county officers 763 

of deputy insurance commissioner 570 

of harbor commissioners 698 

of judges of superior court of Trinity County 85 

of Mendocino County judge 132 

of officers of counties of the 20th class 148 



296 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to .Senate Bills — Continued. 

SALARIES— Continued. No. of Bill 

of officers of counties 36th class 531 

of officers, 54th class 653 

of officers of counties 55th class 530 

of probation officers 109 

of probation officers of San Joaquin County 65 

of Sonoma County probation officers 73 

of superior court judges 704 

of superior court judges of Riverside County 692 

of superior court judges of Sacramento County 752 

of superior judges in Santa Clara County 74 

Plumas County officers 63 

probation officer of Mendocino County 58 

probation officer of Plumas County 64 

San Joaquin County officers ^ 106 

secretary of state assistants 400 

superior court judges of Monterey County 91 

weights and measures officers 96 

SALE— 

of lubricating oils 213 

of personal property by executors and administrators ^ 572 

SALMON— 

relative to protection of 726 

SAN ANTONIO CANYON— 

prevention of forest fires 10 

SAN DIEGO— 

land grants 327, 328, 818 

SAN DIEGO COUNTY— 

relative to appointment of additional judge 262 

SAN FRANCISCO— 

advertising of waterfront 699 

amending act concerning waterfront . 738 

concerning waterfront : 696 

dedication of certain lands for streets 765 

establishing exhibits of citrus, agricultural and deciduous fruits 321 

insuring of wharves, docks and piers by Harbor Commissioners 697 

reclamation in South Basin 656 

relative to acquiring additional waterfront land of 730 

relative to waterfront 738, 811 

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY— 

relative to Bay Shore Highway 735 

relative to salaries of superior judges 710 

SAN GABRIEL MOUNTAINS— 

relative to preventing forest fires in : 733 

SANITARY AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS— 

relative to reassessment 481 

SANITARY DISTRICTS— 

amending Sanitary District Act ^» 719 

formation and operation 342 

SAN JACINTO MOUNTAINS— 

game refuge ] 219 

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY— 

salary of probation officer : — 65 

fixing salaries 106 

SAN JOSE TEACHERS COLLEGE— 

appropriation : 788, 789 

SAN MATEO COUNTY— 

appropriation to acquire right of way in 737 

relative to Bay Shore highway _. 735 

relative to State highway ~~.. 737 

SANTA BARBARA— 

tide lands 782 

SANTA BARBARA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE— 

appropriation for 775 

SANTA CLARA COUNTY— 

relative to Bay Shore highway 735 

salaries of judges of superior courts 74 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 297 

Index to Senate Bells — Continued. 

SANTA CLARA VALLEY GROWERS ASSOCIATION— No. of Bin 

authorizing paying claim of ._„. 159 

SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAINS— 

fire prevention • 1 791 

SANTA YNEZ RIVER— 

appropriation therefor ^_._. 197 

SCHOOL DISTRICTS— 

amending Pol. C j 75 

disbursement of funds, arising from activities . 310 

SCHOOL TRUSTEES— 

relative to powers of . 179 

SCHOOLS— 

apportionment of funds _- 636 

barber colleges 537 

California Polytechnic School in San Luis Obispo 297 

chartering of medical schools 318 

housing of employees 343, 344 

part-time and vocational 348 

relative to sale or lease of unoccupied school property 701 

relative to separate districts . 766 

relative to taxation 638 

use of adjoining property 432 

SEALS— 

court „ : 583 

municipal courts 584 

SECOND DEGREE MURDER— 

skeleton bill 278 

SECURITIES— 

commissioner of corporations 394 

payment of workmen's compensation ^ 521 

sale, and prevention of fraud J 294 

SECURITY FOR PAYMENTS— 

workmen's compensation 523 

SECRETARY OF STATE— 

appointment of election statistician 421 

duties and salaries 420 

SEED — 

liens of sellers of 99 

SEED INSPECTION— 

to authorize laboratory in Los Angeles 17k 

SENTENCES— 

in criminal cases 3 

SEWAGE— 

disposal of 654 

SHRIMPS— 

amending Pen. C 81 

SIMILAR NAMES ON BALLOT— 

skeleton bill 195 

SIGNS— 

for sale of lubricating oils 212 

SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS— 

for railroad employees must be provided 187 

SLOT MACHINES— 

to prevent fraudulent operation of 802 

SMUDGE POTS— 

regulation of use 495 

SOCIETIES— 

charitable, religious and benevolent 333 

SONOMA COUNTY— 

salaries of probation officers 73 

SOUTH BASIN— 

reclamation q^q 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO— 

rights of wharfage 114 



298 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

SOVEREIGN LANDS OF STATE— No. of Bill 

providing for sale of 270 

SPECIAL STATE POLICE— 

providing for appointment 167 

STANDARDIZATION— 

fruit and nuts 422 

STATE BOARD OF CONTROL— 

authorizing to consent to Oakland condemning right of way 286 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH— 

powers and duties 654 

STATE BUILDING— 
appropriation for Los Angeles 7 

STATE BUILDINGS— 

appropriation of money 217 

STATE BUILDING BONDS— 

relative to State building for educational and other State purposes. 484 

STATE BUREAU OF LABOR— 

repealing an act creating an attorney for Bureau of Labor Statistics 485 

STATE CAPITOL BUILDING— 

appropriation for repairs 49 

STATE FAIR— 

maintenance of permanent exhibit 227 

STATE FAIRS— 

relating to increasing number of 171 

STATE FORESTRY DEPARTMENT— 

powers and duties of _ 140 

STATE HARB.OR BOARD— 

acceptance of lands on Islais Creek, San Francisco 225 

STATE HARBOR COMMISSIONERS— 

to acquire seaward lands of San Francisco 730 

STATE HIGHWAYS— 

authorizing primary and secondary division of 606 

between San Diego and Mexico 505 

declaring Bakersfield and Mojave road a 246 

establishing certain roads as 605 

maintenance in Del Norte County 130 

providing for issuance and sale of bonds for construction of highways 721 

relative board supervisors in Lake County 446 

relative to prevention of fire 488 

STATE HOSPITALS— 
insane persons : 382 

STATE PARK COMMISSION— 

relative to creating 185 

relative to survey and report for State parks 608 

STATE TREASURER— 

duties 38 

STATE TREASURY— 

salary for employees 50 

watchmen for and salaries 39 

STATE VETERINARIAN— 

appointment and duties 312 

STATEMENTS— 

filing by insurance companies 26 

STATISTICIAN— 

election, appointment 421 

STATUTES— 

foreign laws '. 877 

STOCK— 

issuance by corporation 419 

STOCKS AND BONDS— 

taxation of 37 

STOCKTON STATE HOSPITAL— 

appropriation for street 133 

granting by Board of Control land for highway purposes 226 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 299 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

STREET IMPROVEMENTS— No. of Bill 

bonds 793 

change of grades, etc 796 

STREETS— 

dedication of certain lands 765 

improvement by municipalities 479 

improvements by municipalities 474 

provide for work 412 

STREETS AND HIGHWAYS— 

improving thereof 101 

STREET WORK— 

providing for payment of costs by cities and county assessment 473 

SUITS— 

arising from collection of death claims 406 

damages against State 532 

Electro Metals Corp 533 

SUMMONS— 

service of 375 

SUNDAY CLOSING— 

relative to Banking Act 489 

SUNDAY REST— 

relative to a more general observance of 617 

SUPERIOR COURT— 

judges salaries .:_ 815 

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES— 

relative to salaries in Shasta County 191 

salary dn Alpine County 563 

salary in Lake County j 444 

salary in Mendocino County 132 

SUPERIOR COURTS— 

amending Code of C. P 87 

SUPERVISORS— 

powers and duties 524 

. providing for payment of indemnities accruing from slaughter of live stock 539 

SUPREME COURT— 

procedure, civil and criminal 366 

SUPPLIES— 

for public contracts 115 

SURETY AGENTS— 

relative to licensing 566 

SURGERY— 

relative to practice of 526 

SUTTER COUNTY— 

relative to acquiring rights of way therein - 743 

SUTTER'S FORT— 

appropriating for remodeling and repairing certain buildings 51 

SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED LANDS— 

relating to 779 

validating certificates of purchase of 270 

T 
TAXATION— 

on hunting and fishing licenses 613 

of insurance companies 30 

of schools 638 

relative to assessment 744 

relative to appointment of commission to investigate oil and oil producing 

property for tax purposes 691 

relative to 459, 460 

skeleton bill 462, 463, 464, 465 

TAXES— 

by boards of supervisors 524 

collecting of income 142 

for maintenance of fire departments by towns, villages 205 

income 211 

land sold for taxes i 301 






300 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

TA X IOS — Continued. No. of Bin 

levy and collection in port districts 402 

levying for high schools 781 

penalties on delinquent 14 

pension 399 

providing for payment of inheritance taxes ' 77 

refunding to insurance companies 419 

relative to correction of any error in assessment of land and collection 

of taxes 732 

relative to dates when become due 460 

TAX COMMISSION— 

providing for creation of : 597 

TEACHERS— 

duties 655 

retirement ' 795 

TEACHERS COLLEGES— 

appropriation for support of — 734 

TEHAMA— 
saJaries of county officers , 531 

TERMINALS— 
sanitary conditions 138 

TIA JUANA RIVER— 

formation irrigation district 107 

TIDE LANDS— 

San Diego 777, 818 

Santa Barbara 782 

TOURIST CAMPS— 

relative to regulating 275 

TRACKS— 

railroad, building and maintenance 404 

TRADE SCHOOLS— 

relative to 434 

TRAFFIC IN HUMAN BODIES— 

relative to preventing 718 

TRANSFER OF PROPERTY— 

from one person to another 235 

TRANSFERS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY 

guarding against fraudulent 251 

regulating 174 

TRESPASSING— 

relating to : 705 

TRIALS— 

actions 376 

by jury excepted in certain contempt cases ; 249 

in justice courts 145 

judgments 371 

postponement 433 

relative to judgments 317 

venue 397 

TRINITY COUNTY— 

salaries of county officers 530 

salaries of judges of superior court 85 

TROUT— 

amending Penal Code 83 

TRUSTEES— • 

powers and duties of school boards 637 

powers of trustees of cities of sixth class 54 

TRYON AND BROWN— 

appropriation to pay claim — 396 

TUBERCULOSIS— 

amending act establishing Bureau of Tuberculosis under direction of State 

Board of Health . 720 

bovine animals 538 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 301 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. - 

U 

UNCLAIMED DEAD— No. of Bin 

regulating disposition of 718 

UNCOMPLETED HIGHWAYS— 

providing issuance of bonds for construction 614 

UNIFORM LAWS— 

limited partnership 365 

UNINCORPORATED TOWNS AND VILLAGES— 

maintenance of fire departments 205 784 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA— 

appropriation for research work 468 

experiment stations 822 

power of municipalities to make grants to 816 

relative to land purchase for southern branch , 480 

south branch, sewers 805 

UTILITY DISTRICT BONDS— 

under certain conditions validating 255 

V 
VALIDATION— 

incorporation of municipal corporations 90 

municipal corporations 89 

of municipal improvement districts 67 

VETERINARIAN— 

protection of live stock 828 

VICTOR, E. VON ARX— 
appropriating money to pay claim of 282 

VISALIA GROWERS ASSOCIATION— 

authorizing payment of claim 158 

VIVISECTION— 
providing school instruction against 258 

VOCATIONAL REEDUCATION— 

relative to industrial rehabilitation fund for 514 

VOCATIONAL TRAINING— 

in high schools 348 

VOTERS— 

amending act relative to illiterate or helpless 56 

amending Pol. Code 78 

VOTING MACHINES— 

adding new section to act 165 

construction and use 759 

regulating canvass votes of 165 

VREELAND, EVERTS & CO.— 

claim against State of California 110 

W 
WAGES— 

payment 340 

WATCHES— 

for railroad employees 120 

WATER— 

construction of works, irrigation districts 831 

districts, municipal, incorporation of 821 

investigation of storage and control for public use 59 

WATER COMMISSION— 

amending act 535 

WATER COMMISSION ACT— 

relative to amending 238 

relative to amending sections 7, 16, 17, 18, 19, 39 239 

WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICTS— 

amending act 52 

WATER DISTRICTS— 

organization 302 

WATER FOWL— 

protection of - 12 



302 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Bills — Continued. 

W A T E I { F I { N T— No. of Bin 

San Francisco 811 

WATER GLASS— 

prescribing certain kind of 450 

WATER MASTERS— 

relative to compensation of 1 238 

WEEDS— 

noxious — municipalities 797 

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES— 

regulating sale of devices for 157 

salaries of officers 9t> 

WELL-BEING OF MANKIND-- 

providing for corporations to receive funds to promote ! 714 

WILD DUCK— 

regulating the taking of * 273 

WILLS— 

restrictions : 401 

WITHDRAWAL— 

of plea of guilty 66 

WITHDRAWAL NOTICES— 

by insurance companies 28 

WITNESSES— 

evidence 398 

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION— 

compensation insurance 800 

employees 515 

relative to awards 518 

security for payments 521 

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT— 

amending 467, 517, 569 

relative to employers paying specified amounts 514 

Y 

YOLO COUNTY 

creating a State highway therein 743 

YUBA COUNTY— 

salary of judges 441 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 303 



INDEX TO SENATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. 



AMENDMENTS— Number 

adding new Sec. la to Art. IV__ S. C. A. 12 

adding new Sec. la to Art. VI S. C. A. 15 

adding new Sec. 2f to Art. II 1 S. C. A. 20 

adding new Sec. 4 to Art. XVI S. C. A. 16 

adding new Sec. 4 to Art. XVI S. C. A. 25 

adding new Sec. 4f to Art. VI S. C. A. 18 

adding new Sec. 14$ to Art. I S. C. A. 21 

adding new Sec. 14* to Art. I S. C. A. 22 

adding new Sec. 15 of Art. XIII S. C. A. 7 

adding new Sec. 26 to Art. VI S. C. A. 27 

amending Sec. 1 of Art. IV „ S. C. A. 8 

amending Sec. 1 of Art. II S. C. A. 19 

amending Sec. 2 of Art. IV S. C. A. 28 

amending Sec. 2 of Art. IV S. C. A. 30 

amending Sec. 2 of Art. IV S. C. A. 6 

amending Sec. 5 of Art. XX S. C. A. 4 

amending Sec. 6 of Art. IV S. C. A. 2 

amending Sec. 6 of Art. IV S. C. A. 9 

amending Sec. llf of Art. XIII S. C. A. 26 

amending Sec. 12 of Art. IV S. C. A. 11 

amending Sec. 12| of Art. XIII S. C. A. 10 

amending Sec. 14 of Art. XIII S. C. A. 29 

amending Sec. 14 of Art. I S. C. A. 17 

amending Sec. 16 of Art. IV S. C. A. 1 

amending Sec. 18 of Art. XI S. C. A. 13 

amending Sec. 18 of Art. XI S. C. A. 14 

amending Sec. 19 of Art. V S. C. A. 23 

amending Sec. 20 of Art. IV S. C. A. 3 

amending Sec. 23a of Art. IV S. C. A. 5 

amending Sec. 31 of Art. IV S. C. A. 24 

APPELLATE COURTS— 

relative to jurisdiction of S. C. A. 18 

BILLS— 

relating to the return and approval of S. C. A. 1 

BONDS— 

for State highways S. C. A.31, 33 

relative to the issuance for bridges and railroad crossings on high- 
ways S. C. A. 25 

State and university buildings S. C. A. 38, 39 

CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY COMMISSION— 

relative to the issuance of bonds for bridges and railroad crossings S. C. A. 25 

CEMETERIES— 

nonprofit, exempt from taxation S. C. A. 32 

CONSTITUTION— 

relative to the power of the people to propose laws, statutes and 

amendments to the constitution S. C. A. 8 

COUNCIL OF STATE— 

substituting same for the present Legislature S. C. A. 12 

COURTS— 

creating same for the adjudication of water rights S. C. A. 27 

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING — 

relative to acquisition and construction of State highways S. C. A. 16 

EMINENT DOMAIN— 

relative to parcel of land bordering on public improvements S. C. A. 21 

relative to taking of private property under proceedings of S. C. A. 17 

taking of remnants and parcels of land by eminent domain S. C. A. 22 

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS— 

relative to the compensation of S. C. A. 23 

FISCAL YEAR— 

relative to the change in the date of S C A 4 

GENERAL ELECTION— 

relative to power of Governor to fill Legislative vacancies until next.S. C. A. 11 

HIGHWAYS— 

bonds for S. C. A.31. 33 

State divided into districts S. C. A. 35 



304 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

Index to Senate Constitutional Amendments — Continued. 

INDEBTEDNESS— Number 

relative to the power of municipalities to incur indebtedness _S. C. A. 13 

JUDICIAL COUNCIL— 

adding new section to Art. VI to provide for a S. C. A. 15 

JUSTICES, SUPREME COURT— 

salaries . S. 0. A. 41 

LEGISLATURE— 

relative to expense for officers, employees and attaches S. C. A. 5 

relative to the introduction of bills in first period of S. C. A. 30 

relative to the time and duration of the S. C. A. 28 

MILITARY SERVICE— 

relative to the exemption of property on account of : S. C. A. 26 

MUNICIPALITIES— 

relative to the incurring of indebtedness S. C. A. 13 

OFFICE— 

relative to the disqualification for holding S. C. A. 3 

OIL COMPANIES— 

public utilities S. C. A. 37 

PRIMARY ELECTIONS— 

relative to non-partisan offices at S. C. A. 20 

PRIVATE PROPERTY— 

relative to taking of under proceeding of eminent domain S. C. A. 17 

PUBLIC MONEY— 

relative to the giving or lending of : S. C. A. 24 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS— 

superintendent of public instruction S. C. A. 34 

PUBLIC UTILITIES— 

oil companies S. C. A. 37 

relative to the taxation of S. C. A. 7 

relative to the taxation of S. C. A. 29 

REAPPORTIONMENT— 

amending Sec. 6, Art. IV, relating to Senatorial and Legislative 

Districts S. C. A. 2 

REVENUE AND TAXATION— 

cemeteries • S. C. A. 32 

railroads S. C. A. 40 

SENATORIAL AND LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS— 

relative to reapportionment ^ S. C. A. 2 

relative to the division of the State into S. C. A. 9 

SESSIONS OF LEGISLATURE— 

relative to annual sessions S. C. A. 6 

STATE AND UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS— 

bonds S. C. A.38, 39 

STATE HIGHWAYS— 

relative to the issuance of bonds for : S. C. A. 16 

SUFFRAGE— 

relative to the rights of S. C. A. 19 

TAXES— 

exemptions S. C. A. 36 

levy and collection for State purposes S. C. A. 42 

TREES AND VINES— 

relative to the exemption from taxation of certain S. C. A. 10 

VACANCIES— 

relative to power of Governor to fill S. O. A. 11 

WATER RIGHTS— 

creating a court for the adjudication of S. O. A. 27 






SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 305 



INDEX TO SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS. 



ALIEN LAND LAW— Number 

enforcement of S. C. R. 20 

BLIND— 

committee of investigation S. C. R. 18 

CITRUS WHITE FLY— 

relative to the eradication of S. C. R. 14 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCI SCO- 
approving eighteen certain amendments to the charter of the S. C. R. 3 

CITY OF LOS ANGELES— 

approving the charter of the City of Los Angeles ratified on May 6, 

1924 S. C. R. 2 

CITY OF PIEDMONT— 

approving certain amendments to the charter of the S. C. R. 1 

CITY OF SAN BERNARDINO— 

approving certain amendments to the charter of the S. C. R. 6 

GRAND ARMY OF REPUBLIC— 

relative to the encampment of S. C. R. 8 

JORDAN, DR. 

felicitations to, in abolition of war plan S. C. R. 23 

LELAND STANFORD JR. UNIVERSITY— 

relative to certain difference relating to athletic activities S. C. R. 13 

LOS ANGELES— 

appointment of committee to investigate controversy between Inyo 

County and Los Angeles S. C. R. 7 

MONTEREY— 

approving charter S. C. R. 17 

MOTOR VEHICLE— 

relative to the interpretation of motor vehicle act S. C. R. 9 

NARCOTICS— • 

investigation and rehabilitation of addicts S. C. R. 22 

NATIONAL DEFENSE— 

Oriental menace S. C. R. 16 

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION— 

welcome S. C. R. 25 

OAKLAND— 

charter approved S. C. R. 27 

PROTECTION— 

watershed and forest S. C. R. 21 

REVENUE AND TAXATION— 

creation of "Legislative Tax Committee 1925" S. C. R. 15 

relative to the creation of a Tax Revision Commission S. C. R. 10 

SAN BERNARDINO— 

approving amendments to the county charter of S. C. R. 5, 26 

SAN DIEGO— 

approval of charter » S. C. R. 24 

SANTA CRUZ— 

approving charter S. C. R. 19 

SPANISH AMERICAN WAR VETERANS— 

relative to report of department encampment S. C. R. 11 

TEHAMA— 

approving amendments to the county charter of S. C. R. 4 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA— 

relative to athletic and other university activities S. C. R. 13 

relative to proposed site for southern branch S. C. R. 12 

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA— 

relative to differences with Leland Stanford Jr. University and Uni- 
versity of California _^___S. C. R. 13 

WATER RIGHTS— 

committee appointed to investigate controversy between Los Angeles 

and Inyo counties S. C. R. 7 

20—39024 sfh 



306 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

INDEX TO SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



A I II SERVICE— Number 

demotion Brigadier-General Mitchell 26 

ARIZONA AND NEVADA— 

negotiations, Colorado River compact 28 

BOULDER DAM— 

Colorado River compact 25 

CABINET OFFICERS— 

relating to the establishment of additional air service 3 

CHILD LABOR— 

relative to ratification of an amendment to constitution of U. S. A 1 

CIVIL SERVICE— 

relative to retirement of employees in . 22 

COLORADO RIVER COMPACT— 

Arizona and Nevada negotiations _- , 28 

CONGRESS— 

relative to direct vote for President and Vice President of United States 11 

CRESCENT CITY— 

relative to development of federal harbor 16 

DIVORCE— 

relative to uniform divorce laws 6 

ELECTRICAL POWER^ 

relative to establishment of additional cabinet officer to supervise 8 

FEDERAL CONTROL— 

relative to child labor 17 

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES— 

relative to abolition of classification list 21 

GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE— 

relative to bridge from San Francisqp to Marin County 14 

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES— 

relative to payment of increase of 23 

HIGHWAYS— 

relative to primary interstate highways 19 

INDIANS— 

court of claims bill 27 

relative to aged and infirm Indians of California 13 

LABOR— 

relative to ratification of amendment limiting hours of labor of persons under 

18 years ' 9 

LEGISLATION— 

relative to legislation concerning child labor 10 

MITCHELL, BRIGADIER-GENERAL— 

demotion 26 

NARCOTIC— 

relative to laws and reduction of production 7 

POSTAGE RATE— 

relative to increasing 2-cent rate 5 

POSTAL EMPLOYEES— 

memorializing Congress relative to additional compensation for 20 

RAKER BILL— 

relative to volcanic ash and mud from Mount Shasta 18 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS— 

urged to promote and legislate for additional cabinet officers 12 

SUPREME COURT— 

relating to decisions of United States 2 

TAXES ON INCQMES— 

relative to levy and collection derived from securities of United States or any 

state 15 

UNITED STATES— 

relative to establishing additional cabinet officers of education 4 

VOLSTEAD ACT— 

relative to amending 24 






INDEX TO CODE 
SECTIONS 



SENATE PINAL HISTORY. 



309 



INDEX TO CODE SECTIONS. 

POLITICAL CODE. 



1 

Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


10 




118 
326 
326 
139 
499 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 
646 

445 

400 

421 

420 

300 

303 

39 

50 

39 

761- 

760 

570 

35 

35 

131 

19 

333 

29 

22 

427 

26 

30 

27 

34 

540 

23 

28 

177 

566 

758 

20 

25 

692 

576 


736a 

737 

737f 

737n 

737s 

737v 

737w 

737w 

737w 

737x 

737dd 

737ee 

737bbb 

737ccc 

738b 

738c 

738e 

739 

791 

794 

950 

1073 

1094 
1096a 
1142 
1165 
1188 
1188 
1188 
1197 
1208 
1532 
1543a 
1543a 
1576 
1583 
1607a 
1608 
1608d 
1608e 
1610 
1610 
1610 
1610^ 
1610a 
1612 
1612a 
1616 
1617 
1617K 
1617^ 
1665 
1666 
1696 


Added-.- 


575 


78 


Amended.. 


Amended. 


704 


90 




Added 


132 


360d 




Amended.- _ 


558 


363 


Amended 


Added 


441 


365c 




Amended 


710 


365d 


Added 


Added 


74 


365e 


Added-. .- _.. 


Added. 


86 


365f 


Added 


Added 


563 


365g 


Added . 


Added 


191 


365h 


Added 


Added 


84 


365i 


Added-. 


Added 


85 


365j 


Added _ 


Added... . 


686 


365k 


Added 


Added 


281 


3651 


Added 


Added .__ 


752 


365m 


Added 


Amended _ _ 


91 


365n 


Added..- 


Added 


444 


365o 


Added- _ 


Amended 


541 


365p 


Added 


Amended 


245 


366 to 


Amended. 


Amended-- _ 


69 


366e inc. 


Amended _ 


129 


413 


Amended 


Amended 


356 


413a 


Added 


Amended __ _ _ 


78 


413b 


Added 




436 


439 


Amended 


Amended 


447 


445 


Amended 


Added 


391 


452 


Amended 


Amended 


208 


456 


Amended. __ - 




244 


457 


Amended 




425 


472 


Amended 




494 


475 


Amended- 


Amended 


56 


589 


Amended. 


Amended.- 


634 


590 


Added 




564 


591 


Amended 




663 


594 


Amended ____-. 




766 


594 H 


Amended _ _ 




689 


594 y 2 


Amended. _ 


Added 


310 


595a 


Added. 




475 


596c 


Added 


Added 


343 


597 


Amended 


Added 


344 


611 


Amended 




179 


622a 


Repealed : 




655 


623 


Amended __ 




673 


623a 


Added 




428 


626p 


Amended _ 


Added _ 


75 


630 


Amended 




674 


631a 


Amended. __ 




638 


633 


Added 




637 


633 


Amended.- 




501 


633a 


Amended 


Amended 


565 


633e 


Added 


Amended 


701 


635m 


Added _. 


Amended 


240 


730q 


Added 


Amended 


240 


736 


Amended 


Amended 


655 











310 



PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 
POLITICAL CODE INDEX— Continued. 




Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


1731a 


Added 


659 
352 
638 
635 
638 
636 
358 
9 
260 

329 

698 

115 

524 

561 

37 

37 

37 

37 

37 

744 

454 

37 

123 

155 

363 

732 

460 

14 

459 

465 

464 

463 

462 

301 

461 


3839 to 

3856 inc. 

3839 to 

3856 inc. 

4014 

4015 

4016 

4041 

4041 

4041 

4041h 

4131 

4143 

4149a 

4149a 

4176 

4232 

4235 

4237 

4242" 

4249 . 

4258 

4264 

4264 

4265 

4268 

4269 

4274 

4279 

4283 

4284 

4285 

4290 

43001 

4313 


Amended __ 




1734b 


Amended 


717 


1756 


Amended 


Amended 




1764 


Amended.. _ 


728 


1839 


Amended _ _ _ 


Amended 


712 


1858 


Amended _ 


Amended 


712 


2167 


Amended 


Amended 


712 


2192 


Amended 


Amended 


253 


2196 


Amended 


Amended 


- 399 


2330 to 


Added 


Amended 


466 


2347 inc. 


Added 


488 


2552 


Amended 


Amended 


71 


3236 


Added 


Amended 


611 


3366 


Amended 


Amended-- 


309 


3466 


Amended 


Amended 


429 


3617 


Amended 


Amended __ s 

Amended 


383 


3627 


Amended 


216 


3627a 


Added 


Amended 


772 


3628 


Amended 


Amended __ 


106 


3629 


Amended. _ 


Amended 


688 


3631a 


Added .__ 


Amended.- 


148 


3649 


Amended- _ 


Amended 


498 


3650 


Amended 


Amended __ 


169 


3650H 
3664f 


Added 


Amended 


189 


Added .. 


Amended 


531 




Added. _ 


Amended 


186 


3681a 




Amended 


442 


3746 


Amended 


Amended 


381 


3756 


Amended _ 


Amended 


63 


3756 




Amended _ _ 


653 


3758 




Amended 


530 


3759 


Amended 


Amended 


509 


3762 


Amended 


Amended 


763 


3764 


Amended 


Added 


581 


3773 




Amended 


448 


3797 


Amended 
















SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 
CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE. 



311 



Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


33 




582 
582 
371 

87 
542 
181 
542 
583 
584 
594 
192 
127 
200 
293 
405 
378 
378 
378 
397 
587 
272 
372 
378 
373 

92 
164 
579 

579 
579 
375 
209 
593 
593 
593 
374 
433 
376 
642 
642 
642 
642 
642 


1184a 

1184c 

1187 

1191 

1206a 

1208 

1222 

1223 

1224 

1240 

1240 

1241 

1241 

1243 

1269 

1380 

1425a 

1454 

1517 

1523 

1552 

1554 

1559 

1561 

1577 

1598 

1599 

1618 

1663 

1667 

1671 

1725 

1761 

1797 

1871 

1900a 

1973 

1973a 

2043 

2090 

2091 

2092 

2092a 


Amended. _ _ 


642 


34 




Amended.. ._ 


642 


53 


Amended- ._ 


Amended 


773 


67b 




Amended.. 


101 


73 




Added 


423 


103 




Amended. 


457 


142 


Amended » 


Amended __ 


317 


147 


Added... _ 


317 


149a 


Added 


Added 


317 


161 




Amended. _ 


289 


170 




Amended. _ _ 


335 


274 




Amended. _ _ 


287 


274 


Amended. __ 


Amended _ 


335 


341 


Amended _ . _ 


Amended _ . 


288 


359 




Amended _ _ _ . _ _ 


706 


378 


Amended ._ 

Added... 


Amended. __ 


662 


379a 


Added 


589 


391 


Added 


Amended _ 


625 


396 




Amended 


664 


398 




Amended. 


572 


401 


Added 


Amended _ _ __ 


702 


427 


Amended. . 


Amended ... 


702 


430 


Amended. 


Amended _ _ 


700 


438 


Amended 


Amended. 


702 


687 


Amended. _ _ 


Amended 


747 


690a 


Added 


Amended _ __ 


573 


831 


Added. __ 


Amended. _ _ _ _ _ 


573 


831a to 


Added 


Amended _ _ __ 


392 ' 


831z inc. 


Amended 


574 


831aa 


Added. .. . 


Amended 


748 


848 


Amended _ _ 


Amended. _ _ _ _ _ 


234 


925a 


Added 


Added. . 


198 


983 


Added 


Amended 


666 


984 


Added 


Amended 


746 


986 


Added 


Amended. .. 


124 


1048 


Amended _ _ _ _ 


Added _ 


377 


1054 


Added. _. 




369 


1063 


Added 


Added. _ _. 


369 


1183 


Amended 


Amended 


398 


1183a 


Added 


Added. _ 


756 


1183b 


Added 


Added. __ 


756 


1183c 


Added 


Added.. 


756 


1184 


Amended .» 


Added 


756 









312 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 
CIVIL CODE. 



Section 



Action 



35a Added... 

36 Amended. 

69 Amended. 

70 Amended. 
132 Amended. 
224 Amended. 
290b Amended. 
290c Amended. 
290d Amended. 
290d Amended. 
290e Amended. 
290f Amended. 
307 Amended. 
311 Amended. 
345 Amended. 
361 Amended. 
361a Amended. 
421 Amended. 
421a Added. _. 
421a Added... 
424 Amended. 
453i Amended. 
453j Amended 
453q Added... 
453t Amended 
453hh Added. _. 
467a Added— 
591 Amended 
598 Amended 
607a Amended 
607e Amended 
616 Amended 
626c Amended 
634 Amended 
634 Amended 

641 Amended 

642 Amended 

643 Amended 
653ab to 

653af inc. Added 

658 Amended 

660 Amended 

671 Amended 

672 Repealed. 
672 Repealed 

1039 Amended 

1083 Repealed. 

1097 Added— 

1098 Added— 

1099 Added— 
1136 Repealed 

1140 Repealed. 

1141 Repealed. 

1142 Repealed. 
1158 Amended 
1207 Amended 
1313 Amended 



Senate 
bill 



379 
379 
283 
585 
259 
325 
419 
419 
419 
385 
419 
419 
739 
586 
163 
390 
713 
24 
7 
17 
33 
31 
18 
32 
413 
414 
404 
418 
508 
458 
456 
623 
557 
629 
630 
624 
627 
628 

384 
379 
379 
236 
556 
750 
235 
379 
379 
379 
379 
379 
379 
379 
379 
644 
771 
401 



Section 



1404 

1404 

1612 

1613 

1624 

1624a 

1689 

1721 

1721 

1722 

1722 

1723 

1724 

1725 

1726 to 

1731 inc. 

1726 to 

1731 inc. 

1732 

1733 

1733 

1734 

1734 

1735 

1736 

1737 

1738 

1739 to 

1741 inc. 

1739 to 

1741 inc. 

1742 to 

1747 inc. 

1748 to 

1749 inc. 
1748 to 

1752 inc. 

1753 to 
1758 inc. 
1753 to 

1758 inc. 

1759 to 

1762 inc. 

1763 to 
1778 inc. 
1763 to 

1783 inc. 

1784 to 
1786 inc. 
1784 to 

1791 inc. 

1792 to 
1798 inc. 
1792 to 
1800 inc. 
1804 to 
1807 inc. 
1861b 



Action 



Amended 
Amended 
Amended 
Amended 
Amended 
Added-.. 
Amended 
Repealed. 
Added... 
Repealed. 
Added... 
Added... 
Added... 
Added... 

Repealed. 

Added. _. 
Added- - . 
Repealed. 
Added... 
Repealed. 
Added. .. 
Added. _. 
Added. .. 
Added... 
Added... 

Repealed 

Added-.. 

Added... 

Repealed 

Added... 

Repealed 

Added-.. 

Added. .. 

Repealed 

Added. .. 

Repealed 

Added... 

Repealed 

Added... 

Repealed. 
Added... 



SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 
CIVIL CODE INDEX— Continued. 



313 



Section 



2395 to 
2397 inc. 
2395 to 
2399 inc. 
2400 
2401 
2401 
2402 
2402 
2403 to 
2406 inc. 
2403 to 

2409 inc. 

2410 to 
2413 inc. 
2410 to 
2416 inc. 
2417 
2417 
2418 
2418 to 

2423 inc. 
2424 

2424 to 

2427 inc. 

2428 to 
2431 inc. 
2428 to 

2434 inc. 

2435 to 

2438 inc. 
2435 to 

2439 inc. 
2442 to 
2445 inc. 



Action 



Repealed 

Added. . 
Added. . 
Added. _ 
Repealed 
Repealed 
Added. . 

Repealed 

Added. .. 

Repealed 

Added... 
Repealed 
Added... 
Repealed. 

Added. .. 
Repealed 

Added... 

Repealed 

Added... 

Repealed. 

Added... 

Repealed. 



Senate 
bill 



364 

364 
364 
• 364 
364 
364 
364 

364 

364 

364 

364 
364 
364 
364 

364 
364 

364 

364 

364 

364 

364 

364 



Section 



2449 to 
2454 inc. 
2458 to 
2462 inc. 
2477 to 
2485 inc. 
2477 to 

2499 inc. 
2489 to 
2496 inc. 

2500 to 
2503 inc. 
2507 to 
2520 inc. 
2600 
2969 
3000 to 
3006 inc. 
3049 
3051b 
3057a 
3066 
3066a 
3066b 
3067 
3067a 
3078 
3079 
3083 
3308 to < 
3314 inc. 
3387 
3440 
3440 
4531 



Action 



Repealed 

Repealed 

Repealed 

Added ... 

Repealed 

Repealed 

Repealed 
Added... 
Amended 

Added... 
Repealed 
Added... 
Added... 
Added... 
Added... 
Added... 
Added-.. 
Added. .. 
Repealed. 
Repealed. 
Repealed. 

Repealed. 
Amended 
Amended 
Amended 
Amended 



Senate 
bill 



364 

364 

365 

365 

365 

365 

365 
21 
55 

365 

379 

97 

424 

98 

98 

98 

99 

99 

379 

379 

379 

379 
379 
174 
251 
749 



21—39024 sfh 



;ii 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 
PENAL CODE. 



Sootion 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


65a 


Added.. 


170 
147 
278 
665 
665 
665 
665 
665 
665 
665 
279 
213 
212 
266 
362 
388 
387 
415 
295 
100 
166 
166 
166 
166 

88 
273 
332 
651 
330 
331 
652 
248 
504 
268 
640 

12 
490 
269 
705 

81 
677 
678 
523 
667 
271 
500 
639 
338 
650 

12 
487 
618 

83 
280 
534 
668 
679 
687 
522 


634 

636 

636a 

637 

653c 

673 to 

675 inc. 

796 

808 

869 

928 

988 
1018 
1168 
1203 
1203a 
1203b 
1203c 
1203d 
1203e 
1203f 
1203g 
1203b. 
1203i 
1203J 
1203k 
12031 
1203m 
1246 
1247 
1252 
1281a 
1288 
1305 
1374 
1431 
1457 
1457 
1461a 
1466 
1467 
1468 
1468a 
1469 
1510 
1511 
1511a 
1511b 
1512 
1513 
1514 
1516 
1517 
1518 
1519 
1520 
1570 
1570 
1617 


Amended 


726 


190 




Amended 


641 


190 


Amended 


Amended 


491 


320 


Amended __ 


Amended 


649 


321 


Amended 


Amended 


116 


322 


Amended 


Amended 




323 




723 


324 




Added 


166 


325 


Amended 


Amended 


588 


326 


Amended 


Amended 


126 


330a 


Amended 


Amended 


553 


353a 


Added 


Amended 


94 


353b 


Added.. 


Amended 


66 


368b 


Added-. 


Repealed 


3 


384 


Amended 


Amended 


199 


476a 


Repealed 


Added 


199 


476b 


Added 


Added 


199 


506b 


Added... - 


Added 


199 


537 H 


Added 


Added 


199 


537d 


Amended 


Added 


199 


601a 


Added 


Added 


199 


601b 


Added 


Added 


199 


601c 


Added 


Added 


199 


601d 


Added 


Added. ._ 


199 


626 


Amended- 


Added.. - - 


199 


626 


Amended 


Added _ 


199 


626 


Amended 


Added 


199 


626c 


Amended 


Added 


199 


626d 


Amended 




368 


626e 


Amended 




368 


626e 


Amended 




368 


626f 


Amended 


Added . 


577 


626f 


Amended 




591 


626i 


Amended 




711 


626n 


Amended __ _ 


Amended 


382 


626o 


Amended. 


Amended 


145 


626t 


Added 




111 


626ee 


Added 




243 


627 


Amended 


Added _ 


592 


628 


Amended 




580 


628 


Amended- __ 




580 


628 


Amended _ _ 




580 


628a 


Amended 


Added 


580 


628a 


Amended 




580 


628b 


Amended 




612 


628b 


Amended 




612 


628c 


Amended 




612 


628f 


Amended 




612 


629 


Amended 




612 


631a 


Amended.. 




612 


63 le 


Amended 




612 


631e 


Amended 




612 


632 


Amended 




612 


632 


Amended 




612 


634 


Amended 




612 


634 


Amended 




612 


634 


Amended 




112 


634 


Amended 




242 


634 


Amended 


Added 


590 














SENATE FINAL HISTORY. 



315 



SUPPLEMENTAL LIST OP CODE SECTIONS AMENDED. 

CIVIL CODE. 



Section - 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


129 

309M 

403 


Amended 

Added 

Amended 


774 
809 
794 


653bb 
1313 


Amended 

Amended 


814 
776 



POLITICAL CODE 



Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


78 

90 

360c 

737 


Amended 

Amended 

Amended 

Amended 

Added 

Added 


820 
820 
829 
815 
833 
786 


739 
1584a 
1757 
3465 
4313 


Added 

Added 

Amended 

Amended 


827 
795 
781 
779 


737q 
737u 


Amended 


830 



PENAL CODE. 



Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


640a 


Added 


802 


1076 


Amended.. _ 


798 









CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE. 



Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


Section 


Action 


Senate 
bill 


302 


Added 


804 


1381 


Added 


790 



CALENDAR 1925 



M 



JANUARY 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 

12 
19 
26 



6 
13 
20 

27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 
10 

17 

24 

31 



FEBRUARY 



1 

8 
15 
22 



2 

9 

16 

23 



3 
10 
17 

24 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 
26 



6 
13 
20 

27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 
26 



6 
13 
20 

27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



5 
12 
19 
26 



6 
13 
20 

27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 
10 
17 
24 



4 
11 
18 
25 



MAY 



3 
10 

17 
24 
31 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 
26 



6 
13 

20 

27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



JUNE 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 
10 
17 
24 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 
26 



6 
13 
20 
27 



JULY 



5 

12 
19 

26 



6 
13 

20 

27 



7 
14 

21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



4 
11 
18 
25 



AUGUST 



2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 

26 



6 
13 

20 

27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



SEPTEMBER 



6 
13 

20 

27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 
10 
17 
24 



4 
11 

18 
25 



5 
12 
19 
26 



OCTOBER 



4 

11 

18 
25 



5 
12 
19 

26 



6 
13 
20 

27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



NOVEMBER 



1 

8 
15 
22 
29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 
10 
17 
24 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 

26 



6 
13 
20 
27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



DECEMBER 



6 

13 
20 
27 



7 
14 
21 

28 



1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



4 
11 
18 
25 



5 
12 
19 

26 






ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY 

FORTY SIXTH SESSION 
1925 

COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF 

ARTHUR A. OHNIMUS, Chief Clerk 

ASSISTED BY 

Madge Cross, Chief Stenographer Ed. C. Lynch, Assistant Clerk 
Adele Foren, Journal Clerk 



DURATION OF SESSION 

First Half— Began Monday, January 5th, and adjourned Saturday, January 24th, 1925 

Second Half (after Constitutional Recess)— Began Tuesday, February 24th, and 

adjourned Friday, April 24th, 1925 



Legislative Days — 63 days 

Calendar Days — 110 days 

Full Duration of Session — 80 days 



22 -39024 afh 



CONTENTS. 



Page 

Abbreviations for standing committees of the Assembly 04 

Accredited newspaper representatives 11 

Assembly bills and authors 22 

Assembly bills approved by Governor 34 

Assembly bills approved by Governor, chaptered and filed with Secretary of 

State j= — 35 

Assembly bills, etc., introduced by more than one member 30 

Assembly bills, index to subject of 307 

Assembly bills killed in Assembly committees 32 

Assembly bills killed in Senate committees 32 

Assembly bills passed in Assembly and to Senate 31 

Assembly bills pocketed by Governor 34 

Assembly bills refused passage in Assembly 33 

Assembly bills refused passage iu Senate 33 

Assembly bills to enrollment, and to Governor 33 

Assembly bills vetoed by Governor : 33, 40 

Assembly committees, chairmen, and bills referred and re-referred to them 26 

Assembly concurrent resolution refused adoption in Assembly 43 

Assembly concurrent resolutions adopted in Assembly and to Senate 43 

Assembly concurrent resolutions chaptered and filed with Secretary of State 44 

Assembly concurrent resolutions history i 384 

Assembly concurrent resolutions index 439 

Assembly concurrent resolutions introduced, author and number 43 

Assembly concurrent resolutions to enrollment and to Governor 43 

Assembly constitutional amendments adopted in Assembly, and to Senate 41 

Assembly constitutional amendments chaptered and filed with Secretary of State 42 

Assembly constitutional amendments history 377 

Assembly constitutional amendments index 430. 437 

Assembly constitutional amendments introduced, author and number 41 

Assembly constitutional amendments refused adoption in Assembly 41 

Assembly constitutional amendments to enrollment, and to Governor 41 

Assembly history (complete actions on all bills) . (">."> 

Assembly joint resolution refused adoption in Assembly 45 

Assembly joint resolutions adopted in Assembly and to Senate 45 

Assembly joint resolutions chaptered and filed with Secretary of State 40 

Assembly joint resolutions history .'5'.t'.» 

Assembly joint resolutions index 441 

Assembly joint resolutions introduced, author and number 45 

Assembly joint resolutions to enrollment and to Governor 45 

Assembly joint resolutions refused adoption in Senate 45 

Assembly measures taken up without reference to committee 30 

Assemblymen and committees of which they are members 17 

Attaches of the Assembly 10 

Chairmen and number of members of standing committees 10 

Chart of parliamentary rules 12 

Classification of counties 51 

Code sections index 445 

Diagram of Assembly Chamber 

Legislative Counsel Bureau information (13 

Names and addresses of Assemblymen 4 

Names and addresses of officers of the Assembly 

Officers of the Assembly . 3 

Order of business :> 

Post office and Western Union information 12 

Recapitulation — authors and committees and number of bills introduce* 1 by each 

Assemblyman^ 1 53 

Recapitulation of Assembly bills 4t» 

Recapitulation of bills, etc.. introduced last ten sessions 50 

Schedule of committee meetings 21 

Senate bills passed in Assembly 47 

Senate bills refused passage in Assembly 47 

Senate concurrent resolutions adopted in Assembly 47 

Senate constitutional amendments adopted in Assembly 47 

Senate constitutional amendments refused adoption in Assembly 47 

Senate joint resolutions adopted in Assembly 47 

Senate measures taken up without reference to committee 47 

Standing committees of the Assembly , 1:; 

Standing commitrees. chairmen and room numbers 7 

State Library information 53 

Total number of bills, etc.. introduced 4S 



ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY. 



ASSEMBLY ORDER OF BUSINESS. 



1. Roll Call. 

2. Prayer by the Chaplain. 
Reading and Approval of the Journal. 
Presentation of Petitions. 
Reports of Standing Committees. 
Reports of Select Committees. 
Messages from the Governor. 
Messages from the Senate. 
Introduction and Reference of Bills. 

10. Motions and Resolutions. 

11. Special Orders of the Day. 
Unfinished Business of Preceding Day. 

Business on Special File, Second Reading, and Third Reading of Bills. 
Business on General File, Second Reading, and Third Reading of Bills. 
Announcements of Committee Meetings. 
Adjournment. 



12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16- 



OFFICERS OF THE ASSEMBLY. 



Hon. FRANK F. MERRIAM 

SPEAKER 



Hon. HOMER R. SPENCE 

SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE 



ARTHUR A. OHNIMUS 

CHIEF CLERK 



C. WILLIAM BOOTH 

ASSISTANT CLERK 



ED. C. LYNCH 

ASSISTANT CLERK 



E. J. HOERST 

ASSISTANT CLERK 



CHAS. H. ERB 

ASSISTANT CLERK 



LOUIS F. ERB 

MINUTE -CLERK 



OSCAR NOR ELL 

ASSISTANT MINUTE CLERK 



HENRY NIELSEN 

ASSISTANT MINUTE CLERK 



Rev. Dr. RUDOLPH I. COFFEE 

CHAPLAIN 



ALFRED S. GOMES 

HISTORY CLERK 



WILLIS M. BAUM 

ENGROSSING AND ENROLLING CLERK 



ADELE FOREN 

JOURNAL CLERK 



MADGE CROSS 

CHIEF STENOGRAPHER 



CHARLES H. WILKINSON 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS 



MRS. ANNA T. PERRY 

POSTMISTRESS 



WM. MILTON 

BOOKKEEPER, SERGEANT-AT-ARMS 



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ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY. 7 

STANDING COMMITTEES, CHAIRMEN, AND 
COMMITTEE ROOM NUMBERS. 

Committee 
Name of Committee Chairman Room No. 

Agriculture Duval 433 

Attaches Carter 424 

Banking Spalding 436 

Building and Loan Associations Davis 436 

Civil Service Jost 436 

Claims Wemple 431 

Commerce and Navigation Scorleld 434 

Conservation Noyes 429 

Constitutional Amendments Anderson. R. J 434 

Contested Elections ' Xielsen 436 

Contingent Expenses 1 Murray 434 

Corporations Pierce 427 

County Government Dayton 426 

Direct Legislation Roland 431 

Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands Easley 428 

Education Hartranft 424 

Elections Little 435 

Engrossment and Enrollment Roberts 423 

Federal Relations Louttit - 434 

Fish and Game Cleveland 426 

Governmental Efficiency and Economy Lyons 437 

Governmental Revenues and Expenditures Coombs - 434 

Hospitals and Asylums Brock 433 

Insurance Scudder 428 

Introduction of Bills McDowell 

Irrigation Mixter 424 

Judiciary Weller 430 

Labor and Capital Browne 426 

Libraries Murphy 431 

Live Stock and Dairies Johnson 426 

Manufactures Burns 435 

Medical and Dental Laws Campbell 433 

Mileage Bernard 435 

Military Affairs Heisinger . 435 

Mines and Mining Dillinger 437 

Motor Vehicles Badham 427 

Municipal Corporations Sewell 437' 

Oil Industries Foster 429 

Prisons and Reformatories Dodge 428 

Public Charities and Corrections Jones 427 

Public Health and Quarantine Woodbridge 424 

Public Morals Wright, T. M. 437 

Public Utilities Smith 433 

Reapportionment l_Wright, S. V. - 437 

Revenue and Taxation Graves 427 

Revision and Printing Adams 427 

Revision of Criminal Procedure Finney 431 

Roads and Highways Melville 435 

Rules Eksward 427 

Soldiers and Sailors Affairs Walters 431 

State Grounds- and Parks Dorris 428 

Teachers Colleges Deuel 431 

Universities Cloudman 429 

Ways and Means McPhersou 438 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



DIAGRAM OF ASSEMBLY CHAMBER, SHOWING NAME AN 



Fry. Robert B. 



Jacobson, 
Inland R. 



Rosenshine. 
Albert A. 



Morrison. 
Harry F. 



Oliva. 
Cliaiies A. 



Miller. 
James A. 



Burns, 
Joseph F. 



Hornblower. 
Wm. B. 




Schmidt. 
Walter J. 



Mitchell, 
Thomas A 



FTawes, Fred C. 



Levey, 
Edgar C. 



Williamson, 
Ray 



Jnst, Wm. P. 



46 

McDowell, 
Herbert 


45 

Heisinger. 
S. L. 



Hon. 
Frank F. Merriam 



C. Wm. Booth, Beading 

Assistant Clerk, ' 

and Assistants 
Lynch, C. Erb and Hoerst 



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Crittenden. 
Bradford S. 



Van Bernard 



Nielsen, 
Roy J. 



West. Percy G. 



29 

Louttit, 
Tom H. 


30 

Eksward- 
Frank L. 



44 

Dorris. 
Grace S. 


43 

Broughton. 
Esto B. 



Easley. 
Robert P. 



Reindollar, 
Chas. F. 



51 

Noyes. F. B. 


52 

Deuel. 
Charles H. 



Runner, 
John W. 



Woodbridge, 
Cora M. 



Foster. 
Chas. A. 



Bkpr., Sergt.-at-Arms 
and Post OffW 



Scudder. 
Hubert B. 



Adams. E. G. 



Anderson, 
D. P. 



67 

Spalding. 
C. C. 


66 

Wright. T. M. 



Dayton. F. E. 



Wpmple. N. V. 



Cleveland 
George C. 



Wright. S. V. 



This diagram (facing the Speaker's desk) was designed as a 



ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY. 



NUMBER OF EACH MEMBER— FORTY-SIXTH SESSION. 



Clerk 



Speaker 



Louis F. Erb, 

Minute Clerk, 

and Assistants 

Norell and Nielsen 



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Carter. 
Henry E. 


Anderson. 
Roscoe J. 




Graves. 
Sidney T. 


Little, 
Walter J. 




Dillinger. 
H. E. 


Browne. 
Maurice B. 


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17 




16 


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14 


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Coombs. 
Frank L. 


McPherson. 
Robt. B. 




Davis. 
Howard W. 


Mueller, 
Edwin A. 




Duval. 
Walter H. 


Finney. A. C. 


31 


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34 




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Lyons. Harry 


Dodge. 
Thomas L. 




Byrne, 
William M. 


Jones, Isaac 




Hartranft 
S. C. 


Pierce. 
Mark A. 


42 


41 




40 


39 




38 


37 


Miller. 
Eleanor 


Saylor. 
Mrs. Anna L. 




Murray. 

Alfred C. 


Walters, 
Byron J. 




Brock. 
Archibald E. 


Sevvell. 
Harry F. 


55 


56 




57 


58 




59 


60 


Spence. 
Homer R. 


Roland. 
Eugene W. 




Croter, J. 


McDonough. 
M. J. 




Smith, 
Edward J. 


Campbell. 
Edgar O. 


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64 




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61 






Cloudman. 

Harold C. 


Scofleld. 
Jerome V. 




Badham, 
Willard E. 


Welle r. 
Frank C. 




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Johnson. 
Frank 


Mixter. 
Frank W. 




Merriam, 
Frank F. 






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Melville. 
Charles B. 


Murphy. J. .7. 






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i • the Assemblymen, attaches, press representatives and others. 



C. H. Wilkinson, 

|Sergeant-at-Arms. deskl 



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FINAL C\Li:XI)AR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



ATTACHES OF THE ASSEMBLY. 



Name 



Alameda, Antone 

Baum, Willis M 

♦Booth. C. William— 

Brossard, Violet 

Burrell, Dolores 

Cabeldu, Mrs. L 

Clarke, Martha J._. 
Cramer, Helen ._ 



Crittenden, Bradford 

Cockerill, Nellie 

Coffee, Rudolph I 

Colegrove, Alfred — 

Cross, Madge 

Collum, Bernard 

Davis, Goldie 

Davis, Marie 

*Erb, Charles H 

Erb, Louis F.. 

Ferguson, Barney — 

Foren, Adele 

Gomes, Alfred S 

Grady, Lucille E 

Hoerst, E. J 

Heisinger, Lena — 

Johnson, Harry O.— 
Johnson, Tyr Valde- 

mar 

Laurence, Hannah — 

Leak, Lenora 

Little, Walter Jas. Jr. 

♦Lynch, Ed. C 

Magistrini, Gladys — 
Magruder, Gertrude 
Manning, Bessie M._. 

Mason, Edith 

Milton, Wm 

Morey, Constance 

Murphy, Florence 

Neilsen, H. R 

Norell, Oscar 

Ohnimus. Arthur A._ 

2 Orr, Robert 

-Perkins, Kendall B.- 
Perry, Anna T. 

Pettis, John, Jr 

Reindollar, Theodore 
Scofield, Estelle 

Slater, Philip 

Spalding. Chas., Jr.. 

Sosey, Ethel 

Stephens, W T ilhelmina 

Trimble, Nan 

Wallace, Susan 

Whiteside, C. E 

•Wilkinson, Chas. H.- 
Ward, Bert 

Wright, Ed. E 



Position 



Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms. 
Engr. & Enrol. Clk.. 

Assistant Clerk 

Stenographer 

Stenographer 

Stenographer 

Stenographer 

Asst. Engr. and 

Enrol. Clerk 

Page 

Stenographer 

Chaplain 



Local Address 



Home Address 



Committee Clerk 

Chief Stenographer 

Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms 

Stenographer 

Committee Clerk__ 

File Clerk 

Minute Clerk 

Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms__ 

Journal Clerk 

History Clerk 

Stenographer 

Assistant Clerk 

Asst. Engr. and 

Enrol. Clerk 

Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms 



Page 

Stenographer 
Stenographer 
Page 



Assistant Clerk 

Committee Clerk 

Asst. Journal Clk.. 

Stenographer 

Stenographer 

Bkpr. to Sgt.-at-Arms 
Asst. Eng. Enrol. Clk. 

Stenographer 

Asst. Minute Clerk — 
Asst. Minute Clerk- 
Chief Clerk 

Assistant Clerk 

Asst. History Clerk 

Postmistress — 

Page 

Page 

Asst.Eng.&Enrol. Clk 

Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms— 

Page 

Stenographer 

Stenographer 

Stenographer 

Stenographer 

Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms 

Sergeant-at-Arms __ 
Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms_. 
Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms 



1421 13th st 

Hotel Senator. 

505 J st 

Merrium Apts._ 

Woodland 

Hotel Senator- 
Sequoia Hotel- 
Regis Hotel — 
Hotel Senator- 
1024 N st 



505 J st 

920 Hst 

Travelers Hotel 
4524 12th ave._ 

4429 Y st 

724 M st 

724 M st 

Capital Hotel _. 

Hotel Land 

Lauppe Apts. _ 
Rte. 7, Box 800_. 
1210 H st 



Annex Hotel 

410 19th st 

3909 3d ave 

1225 L st 

Bx. 987 N. Sacto 
Thayer Apts 



612 O st 

2721 O st 

2522 G st 

3017 U st 

2623 Hst 

10111 5th st 

Francesca Apts 
Del Mar Apts._ 

1325 Kst 

608 Q st 

Hotel Land 

Hotel Worth __. 

Hotel Senator 

1005| L st 

Hotel Senator- 
Hotel Senator- 
Hotel Land 



2634 34th st 

Hotel Land 

Sequoia Hotel 

Park View Apts 
Sequoia Hotel-. 

2413 27th st 

Inverness Hotel 
Hotel Senator-. 

718 I st 

810 L st 



Centerville, Alameda Co. 
King Edward Hotel, L. A. 
1211 E. 23d st., Oakland. 
Quincy, California. 
P. O. Box 661, Woodland. 
Hotel Whitcomb, S. F. 
1526 3d St., Napa. 

336 Olive st., Orange. 

Box B, Tracy. 

Colusa. 

Temple- Sinai, 28th and 

Webster sts., Oakland. 
1703 Park ave., L. A. 
Sacramento. 
38 Powers ave., S. F. 
4524 12th ave. 

679 6th ave., S. F. 

578 7th ave., S. F. 

608 Montgomrey St., S. F. 

P. O. Box 55, Redding. 

Niles. 

Route 7, Box 800, Sacto. 

603 Calmar ave., Oakland. 

R.F.D. B, Box 118, Selma. 
410 19th st.. Sacramento. 

Hardwick. 

Sonora. 

Box 987 North Sacramento 

50 6th st., Hermosa 

Beach, Los Angeles. 
612 O St., Sacramento. 
1127 Santa CI. st., Vallejo. 
Ripon. 

3017 U st., Sacramento. 
2623 H st., Sacramento. 
252 6th st., San Francisco. 
Francesca Apts. 
Weed. 

2201 Peralta aw, Oakland. 
733 Voorman ave., Fresno. 
Hall of Justice, S. F. 
356 5th st., Hollister. 
220 Quincy av., L. Beach. 
35 Hidalgo terrace, S. F. 
Fort Bragg. 

236 Center st., San Rafael. 
241 South Templeton St., 

Huntington Park. 
2634 34th St., Sacramento. 
Sunnyvale. 

1265 N. Ophir, Stockton. 
Park View Apts., Sacto. 
1451 Sacramento St., S. F. 
2413 27th st., Sacramento 
5852 Bonsallo ave., L. A. 
252 6th st., San Francisco. 
718 I st., Sacramento. 
Ukiah 



Assistant Clerk for last three days of session. 
2 Resigned before close of session. 
♦World War service men. 






ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY. 11 

ACCREDITED NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES. 



Associated Press — C. R. Simmons, W. A. Wells. 

Los Angeles Evening Herald — Gil A. Cowan. 

Los Angeles Review — Marvin Arnold. 

Los Angeles Times — Kyle D. Palmer. 

Sacramento Bcc — Walter P. Jones, Stephen L. Kyle, Pat H. Doylo, Darwin J. Smith, 

J. Earl Langdon. 
Sacramento Union — Neil M. Toohy, T. D. M. Slaven, Merril Osenbaugh. 
San Diego Union — E. Robert Anderson. 

San Francisco Bulletin — Frank B. Anderson, Edward H. Hurlbut, Art Waugh. 
San Francisco Call — G. E. Kunze, Alan McEwen. 
San Francisco Chronicle — Earl C. Behrens, Herbert F. Soher. 
San Francisco Examiner — William H. Jordan, Herbert L. Phillips. 
San Jose News — Franklin Hichborn. 
Stockton Record — Shelden B. Davis. 
Underwriter's Report — D. W. Burbank. 
United Press — Myron V. Depew. 



12 



FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 



CHART OF PARLIAMENTARY RULES. 



Motions 



Rules that apply 

(1. Fix time to which to adjourn 1, 4-10, 14 

2. Adjourn 1, 4, 9-11, 14 

3. Orders of the day 4, 8-10, 12 

f 4. Appeal 1, 6-10. 12, 14 

Tnridpni-nl 4. i 5 - Objecting to considering a question___3, 4, 8-12, 14 

incidental 4 i g Withdraw a mo tion 1, 4, 8, 9, 10, 14 

I 7. Suspend the rules 1, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 

f 8. Lay on the table 1, 4, 9, 10, 11, 14 

9. Previous question 1, 3, 4, 8-11, 14 

J 10. Postpone to a certain time 1, 5, 6, 9, 10, 14 

Subsidiary 7 -{ 11. Commit 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14 

12. Amend an amendment 1, 6, 8, 9, 10 

1.3. Amend 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 

[14. Postpone indefinitely 1, 6, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14 

\r- „„n„ nnn c n Jlo. Principal motion 1, 5, 10 

Miscellaneous 2 j 16 Recon £ ider ^ 2 , 5, 6, 7, 9, 12, 13 



WESTERN UNION OFFICE. 



(Room 226.) 
The Western Union office is located on second floor of Capitol Building in Room 
59, Assembly Sergeant-at-Arms' office, and is open from the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
— except Sundays. 



POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 



(Room 204.) 
The Postal Telegraph office is located on second floor of State Capitol in Room 204. 
Senate Sergeant-at-Arms' office, and is open from the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — 
except Sundays. 



ASSEMBLY POST OFFICE. 



Located in the office of the Sergeant-at-Arms (Room 226). 

HOURS. 

Open daily — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Sundays, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. 

Mail Arrives — 9 a.m. ; 10.45 a.m. ; 2.45 p.m. ; Sundays, 1 p.m. 

Mail Departs — 10.30 a.m. ; 2.30 p.m. ; 5 p.m. — except Sundays. 



CAPITOL POST OFFICE. 



(Station 14.) 
On the ground floor of the Capitol Building. 

HOURS. 

Open daily — 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. — except Sundays. 

Money orders, registry of mail, parcel post, etc., can be secured from this station. 



ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY. 13 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE ASSEMBLY. 



Agriculture — Duval (Chairman), Brock, Johnson, Heisinger, Mixter, Noyea, 
Deuel, Wright, S. V., Campbell, Bernard, Dayton, Jost, Finney, Cleveland, Sewell, 
Murray, Audersou, D. 1*. [Meets Tuesdays and Fridays, 3 p.m., in Room 433.] 

Attaches — Carter (Chairman), Anderson, R. J., Foster, Dillinger, Dodge, Jost, 
Murphy, [Subject to call by Chairman, Room 436.] 

Banking — Spalding (Chairman), Graves. Duval, Dodge, Lyons, Reindollar, Louttit 
Hartranft, McDowell. [Meets Tuesdays, 3 p.m., Room 436.] 

Building and { Loan Associations — Davis (Chairman), Sewell, Brock, Spalding, 
Anderson, D. P., Broughton, Levey. [Meets Mondays, 4 p.m., Room 436.] 

Civil Service — Jost (Chairman), Mitchell, Adams, Woodbridge, Jones, Schmidt. 
Reindollar, Mueller, Nielsen. [Meets Fridays, 4 p.m., Room 436.] 

Claims — Wemple (Chairman), West, Spalding, Rosenshine, Oliva, Crittenden, 
Johnson. [Meets Thursdays, 4 p.m., Room 431.] 

Commerce and Navigation — Scofield (Chairman), McPherson, Badham, Morrison, 
Walters, Carter, Miller, J. A., Oliva, Hartranft. 
[Meets Mondays, 4 p.m., Room 434.] 

Conservation — Noyes (Chairman), Browne, Murphy, Woodbridge, Carter. 
Heisinger, Melville, Murray, Bernard. [Meets Mondays, 4 p.m., Room 429.] 

Constitutional Amendments- — Anderson, R. J. (Chairman), Little, Coombs, Weller. 
Burns. McDowell, Murray, Miller. Eleanor ; Spalding. 
[Meets Tuesdays, 3 p.m., Room 434.] 

Contested Elections — Nielsen (Chairman), Croter. Hawes, Levey, Fry, Runner, 
Melville. [Subject to call by Chairman, Room 436.] 

Contingent Expenses — Murray (Chairman), Spence, Levey, Miller, J. A., Noyes. 
[Subject to call by Chairman, Room 434.] 

Corporations — Pierce (Chairman), Sewell, Weller, Jacobson, Levey, Fry, Noyes, 
Smith, McPherson. [Meets Mondays, 4 p.m., Room 427.] 

County Government — Dayton (Chairman), Anderson, D. P., McDowell, Johnson, 
Mixter, Adams, Wright, S. V„ Jost, Melville, Smith, Wemple, Dorris, Finney, 
Nielsen, Noyes. [Meets Mondays and Thursdays, 3 p.m., Room 426.] 

Direct Legislation — Roland (Chairman). Miller, Eleanor; Easley, Rosenshine, 
Mitchell, Burns, Mueller. [Meets Fridays, 7.30 p.m., Room 431.] 

Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands — Easley (Chairman), Noyes, Deuol, 
Johnson, McPherson, Bernard, Crittenden, West, Williamson, Scudder. Louttit. 
Woodbridge, Sewell. [Meets Mondays and Thursdays, 3 p.m., Room 428.] 

Education — Hartranft (Chairman), Wright, S. V., Roberts, Cleveland, Cloudman. 
Melville. Williamson, Eksward. Louttit, Brock, Woodbridge, Campbell, Schmidt, 
[Meets Wednesdays and Fridays, 3 p.m., Room 434.] 

Elections — Little (Chairman), Adams, Carter, Crittenden, Duval, Finney, 
Scofield. Scudder. Johnson, Eksward. Hornblower. 
[Meets Wednesdays, 3 p.m., Room 435.] 

Engrossment and Enrollment — Roberts (Chairman), Reindollar, Eksward, Dorris, 
Scudder. [Subject to call by Chairman, Room 423.] 

Federal Relations — Louttit (Chairman), Browne, Mitchell, Wright, T. M., 
Saylor, Bernard, Badham. [Meets Fridays, 4 p.m., Room 434.] 

Fish and Game — Cleveland (Chairman), Graves, Runner, Murphy, Miller, J. A., 
Dodge, Broughton, Mitchell, Hawes, Easley, Melville, Little, Browne, Schmidt, 
Dayton. [Meets Wednesdays, 3 p.m., and Fridays, 4 p.m., Room 426.] 

Governmental Efficiency and Economy — Lyons (Chairman), Mixter, McPherson, 
Finney, Campbell, Broughton, Weller, Eksward, Roberts, Rosenshine, Roland. 
[Meets Thursdays, 7.30 p.m., Room 437.] 



. 



14 FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE ASSEMBLY— Continued. 

Governmental Revenues and Expenditures — Coombs (Chairman), Weller, Carter, 
Hartranft, Crittenden, Rosenshine, Spence, Eksward, Graves. 
[Subject to call by Chairman, Room 434.] 

Hospitals and Asylums — Brock (Chairman), Byrne, Croter, Dorris, Hornblower, 
McDonough, Morrison, Schmidt, Williamson, Roland, Nielsen, Jacobson, Miller, J. A. 
[Meets Fridays, 3 p.m., Room 433.] 

Insurance — Scudder (Chairman), Dayton, Cleveland, Spence, Cloudman, Jost, 
Davis. Anderson, R. J., Mitchell, Levey, Nielsen. 
[Meets Tuesdays, 7.30 p.m., Room 428.] 

Introduction of Bills — McDowell (Chairman), Dodge, Scudded. 
[Subject to call by Chairman.] 

Irrigation — Mixter (Chairman), Crittenden, Duval, Foster, Louttit, Wemple, 
McDowell, Bernard, Murray, Easley, Anderson, R. J., Heisinger, West, Dorris, 
Broughton, Woodbridge, Saylor, Nielsen, Johnson, Finney, Noyes. 
[Meets Wednesdays, 4 p.m., Room 424.] 

Judiciary — Weller (Chairman), Anderson, R. J., Carter, Coombs, Crittenden, 
Dillinger, Hornblower, Jacobson, Jones, Little, Louttit, Lyons, McDowell, Roland, 
Rosenshine, Sewell, Sm'ith, Spence, Walters, Finrfey, Wright, S. V. 

[Meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 7.30 p.m., Room 430.] 

Labor and Capital — Browne (Chairman), Pierce, Schmidt, Burns, Graves, Wil- 
liamson, McDonough, Duval, Foster, Dorris, Hornblower, Weller, Anderson, R. J. 
[Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7.30 p.m., Room 426.] 

Libraries — Murphy (Chairman), Miller, Eleanor; Mitchell, Anderson, D. P., 
Rosenshine, Heisinger, Reindollar. [Meets Tuesdays, 4 p.m., Room 431.] 

Live Stock and Dairies — Johnson (Chairman), Murphy, Scudder, Wemple, Mel- 
ville, Jost, Dayton, Runner, Wright, S. V., Broughton, Foster. 
[Meets Thursdays, 4 p.m., Room 426.] 

Manufactures — Burns (Chairman), Pierce, Hornblower, Hawes, McDonough, 
Croter, Byrne. [Meets Mondays, 7.30 p.m., Room 435.] 

Medical and Dental Laws — Campbell (Chairman), Anderson, D. P., Lyons, Davis, 
Pierce, Wright, T. M., Fry, Roland, Spence. 
[Meets Thursdays, 4 p.m., Room 433.] 

Mileage — Bernard (Chairman), Dorris, Oliva, Hawes, McDonough. 
[Subject to call by Chairman, Room 435.] 

Military Affairs — Heisinger (Chairman), Spence, Mueller, McPherson, Burns, 
Morrison, Schmidt, Williamson, Byrne. [Meets Thursdays, 4 p.m., Room 435.] 

Mines and Mining— Dillinger (Chairman), Reindollar, Cloudman, Browne, Wem- 
ple, Byrne, Woodbridge, Roland, West. [Meets Mondays, 7.30 p.m., Room 437.] 

Motor Vehicles — Badham (Chairman), Eksward, Jones, Davis, Duval, Roberts, 
Broughton, Carter, Jost, Wright, T. M., Sm'itb, Weller, Lyons, Deuel, Spence, Mor- 
rison, Graves, West, Oliva, Miller, J. A., Jacobson. 

[Meets Tuesdays and Fridays, 3 p.m., Room 427.] 

Municipal Corporations — Sewell (Chairman), Brock, Runner, Dodge, Jones, 
Byrne, Dillinger, Hornblower, Levey, Mueller, Saylor, Morrison, Reindollar. 
[Meets Mondays and Thursdays, 3 p.m., Room 437.] 

Oil Industries — Foster (Chairman), Roberts, Scofield, Pierce, Badham, Easley. 
Rosenshine, Fry, Croter. [Meets Fridays, 4 p.m., Room 429.] 

Prisons and Reformatories — Dodge (Chairman), Dillinger, Scofield. Hartranft, 
Adams, Sewell, Reindollar, Croter, Miller, Eleanor ; Hawes, Easley, Fry, McDonough. 
[Meets Wednesdays, 4 p.m., Room 428.] 

Public Charities and Corrections — Jones (Chairman), Wemple, Saylor, Mixter 
Graves, Cloudman, Cleveland, Louttit, Runner. 
[Meets Wednesdays, 4 p.m., Room 427.] 

Public Health and Quarantine — Woodbridge (Chairman), Jones, ' Spalding, 
Walters, Rosenshine, West, Bernard, Badham, McDonough. 
[Meets Tuesdays, 4 p.m., Room 424.] 



ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY. 15 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE ASSEMBLY— Continued. 

Public Morals — Wright, T. M. (Chairman), Saylor, Anderson, I>. P., Millf-r, 
Eleanor; Fry, Hornblower, Hawes. [Meets Tuesdays. 7.30 p.m., Room 437.] 

Public Utilities — Smith (Chairman), Pierce, Lyons, Mixter, Jacobson, Melville, 
Spalding, Oliva, Scofield, Cleveland, Crittenden. 
[Meets Tuesdays, 4 p.m., Room 433.] 

Reapportionment — Wright, S. V. (Chairman), Miller, Eleanor; Wright, T. M., 
Lyons, Campbell, Byrne, Duval, Runner, Browne, Badham, Little, Hawes, Mitchell. 
Roberts, Dodge, Smith, Adams, Jost, Deuel, Walters, Hartranft. 
[Meets Wednesdays, 3 p.m., Room 437.] 

Revenue and Taxation — Graves (Chairman), Cloudman, Scofield, Davis, Eksward, 
Dayton, Dillinger, Coombs, Burns, Saylor, Scudder, Easley, Croter, Anderson, D. P., 
Murray. [Meets Mondays and Thursdays, 3 p.m., Room 427.] 

Revision and Printing — Adams (Chairman), Roberts, Wright, T. M., Foster, 
Deuel. [Subject to call by Chairman, Room 427.] 

Revision of Criminal Procedure — Finney (Chairman), Jacobson, Levey, Mueller, 
Broughton, West, Miller, J. A. [Meets Wednesdays, 7.30 p.m., Room 431.] 

Roads and Highways — Melville (Chairman), Brock, Browne, Adams, Wemple, 
Wright, S. V., Coombs, Anderson, R. J., Walters, Heisinger, Dayton, Dillinger, 
Hartranft, Foster, Murphy. 

[Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7.30 p.m., Room 435.] 

Rules — Eksward (Chairman), Spence, Weller, Smith, Jones, Little, McPhersoL 
[Subject to call by Chairman, Room 427.] 

Soldiers and Sailors Affairs — Walters (Chairman), Burns, Little, Nielsen, 
Scudder, Murray, Williamson, Pierce, Mueller, Miller, J. A., McDowell, Jacobson, 
Schmidt. [Meets Wednesdays, 4 p.m., Room 431.] 

State Grounds and Parks — Dorris (Chairman), Croter, Byrne, McDonough. 
Oliva, Miller, Eleanor; Fry. [Meets Thursdays, 7.30 p.m., Room 428.] 

Teachers Colleges — Deuel (Chairman), McDowell, Spalding, Walters, Runner. 
Campbell, Morrison. [Meets Wednesdays, 7.30 p.m., Room 431.] 

Universities — Cloudman (Chairman), Campbell, Carter, Miller, Eleanor; Davis, 
Mueller, Roland. [Meets Tuesdays, 4 p.m., Room 429.] 

Ways and Means — McPherson (Chairman), Graves, Eksward, Scofield, Dodge, 
Campbell, Cleveland, Davis, Wright, T. M., Brock, Cloudman, Murphy, Deuel, 
Foster. Mixter, Saylor, Morrison, Badham, Heisinger. Oliva, Williamson. 
[Meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 7,30 p.m., Room 438.] 



16 FINAL. CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

CHAIRMEN OF STANDING COMMITTEES OP THE ASSEMBLY 
AND NUMBER ON COMMITTEE. 



Number of 
Chairman Name of Committee Members 

Adams Revision and Printings 5 

Anderson, It. J Constitutional Amendments 9 

Badham Motor Vehicles 21 

Bernard Mileage P 5 

Brock . Hospitals and Asylums 13 

Browne Labor and Capital 13 

Burns Manufactures 7 

Campbell Medical and Dental Laws 9 

Carter Attaches 7 

Cleveland Fish and Game . 15 

Cloudman Universities 7 

Coombs Governmental Revenues & Expenditures 9 

Davis Building and Loan Associations 7 

Dayton County Government 15 

Deuel : Teachers Colleges 7 

Dillinger Mines and Mining 9 

Dodge Prisons and Reformatories 13 

Dorris State Grounds and Parks 7 

Duval Agriculture 17 

Easley Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands 13 

Eksward Rules 7 

Finney Revision of Criminal Procedure 7 

Foster Oil Industries 9 

Graves Revenue and Taxation ^ 15 

Hartranft Education 13 

Heisinger Military Affairs 9 

Johnson Live Stock and Dairies 11 

Jones Public Charities and Corrections 9 

Jost Civil Service 9 

Little Elections 11 

Louttit Federal Relations 7 

Lyons Governmental Efficiency and Economy 11 

McPherson Ways and Means : 21 

Melville Roads and Highways 15 

McDowell Introduction of Bills 3 

Mixier Irrigation 21 

Murphy < Libraries . 7 

Murray . Contingent Expenses 5 

Nielsen Contested Elections 7 

Noyes '. Conservation 9 

Pierce Corporations 9 

Roberts Engrossment and Enrollment 5 

Roland Direct Legislation 7 

Scofield Commerce and Navigation 9 

Scudder Insurance 11 

Sewell Municipal Corporations 13 

Smith Public Utilities 11 

Spalding Banking 9 

Walters Soldiers and Sailors Affairs 13 

Weller Judiciary , 21 

Wemple Claims ! — 7 

Woodbridge Public Health and Quarantine _ 9 

Wright, S. V Reapportionment 21 

Wright, T. M Public Morals 7 



ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY. 17 



MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY, WITH COMMITTEES OF WHICH 
EACH IS A MEMBER. 



Adams, E. J. — Revision and Printing (Chairman), County Government, Reappor- 
tionment, Roads and Highways, Civil Service, Elections, Prisons and 
Reformatories. 

Anderson, D. P. — County Government, Libraries, Public Morals, Agriculture. 
Building and Loan Associations, Medical and Dental Laws, Revenue and 
Taxation. 

Anderson, Roscoe J. — Constitutional Amendments (Chairman), Roads and High- 
ways, Attaches, Irrigation, Labor and Capital, Insurance, Judiciary. 

Badiiam, Willard E. — Motor Vehicles (Chairman), Oil Industries, Public Health 
and Quarantine, Commerce and Navigation, Federal Relations, Reapportionment, 
Ways and Means. 

Bernard, Van. — Mileage (Chairman), Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands, 
Public Health and Quarantine, Agriculture, Conservation, Federal Relations, 
Irrigation. 

Brock, Archibald E. — Hospitals and Asylums (Chairman), Municipal Corporations, 
Ways and Means, Agriculture, Building and Loan Associations, Education, Roads 
and Highways. 

Broughton, Esto B. — Fish and Game, Livestock and Dairies, Motor Vehicles, 
Revision of Criminal Procedure, Building and Loan Associations, Governmental 
Efficiency and Economy, Irrigation. 

Browne, Maurice B. — Labor and Capital (Chairman), Federal Relations, Reappor- 
tionment, Roads and Highways, Conservation, Fish and Game, Mines and 
Mining. 

Burns, Joseph F. — Manufactures (Chairman), Direct Legislation, Revenue and 
Taxation, Soldiers and Sailors Affairs, Constitutional Amendments, Labor and 
Capital, Military Affairs. 

Byrne, William M. — Mines and Mining, Municipal Corporations, State Grounds 
and Parks, Hospitals and Asylums, Manufactures, Military Affairs, Reappor- 
tionment. 

Campbell, Edgar O. — Medical and Dental Laws (Chairman), Governmental Effi- 
ciency and Economy, Teachers Colleges, Agriculture, Education, Reapportion- 
ment, Universities, Ways and Means. 

Carter, Henry E. — Attaches (Chairman), Elections, Judiciary, Governmental 
Revenues and Expenditures, Commerce and Navigation, Conservation, Motor 
Vehicles/ Universities. 

Cleveland, Georce C. — Fish and Game (Chairman), Insurance, Public Charities 
and Corrections, Agriculture, Education, Public Utilities, Ways and Means. 

Cloudman, Harold C. — Universities (Chairman), Public Charities and Corrections. 
Revenue and Taxation, Education, Insurance, Ways and Means, Mines and 
Mining. 

Coombs, Frank L. — Governmental Revenues and Expenditures (Chairman), Judi- 
ciary, Roads and Highways, Constitutional Amendments, Revenue and Taxation. 

Crittenden, B. S. — Elections, Governmental Revenues and Expenditures, Judiciary, 
Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands, Claims, Irrigation, Public Utilities. 

Croter, J. — Oil 'Industries, Prisons and Reformatories, State Grounds and Parks. 
Contested Elections, Hospitals and Asylums, Manufactures, Revenue and 
Taxation. 

Davis, Howard W. — Building and Loan Associations (Chairman), Revenue and 
Taxation, Insurance, Medical and Dental Law*. Motor Vehicles. Univer- 
sities, Ways and Means. 

23—39024 afh 



IS FINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY, WITH COMMITTEES OF WHICH EACH IS A 

MEMBER— Continued. 

Dayton, F. E. — County Government (Chairman), Insurance, Live Stock and 
Dairies, Roads and Highways, Agriculture, Fish and Game, Revenue and 
Taxation. 

Deuel, Chas. H. — Teachers Colleges (Chairman), Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed 
Lands, Reapportionment, Agriculture, Motor Vehicles, Revision and Printing 
Ways and Means. 

Dillinger, H. E. — Mines and Mining (Chairman), Judiciary, Municipal Corpora- 
tions. Attaches, Prisons and Reformatories, Revenue and Taxation, Roads and 
Highways. 

Dodge, Thomas L. — Prisons and Reformatories (Chairman), Fish and Game, 
Municipal Corporations, Attaches, Banking, Reapportionment, Ways and 
Means, Introduction of Bills. 

Dorris. Mrs. Grace S. — State Grounds and Parks (Chairman), Engrossment and 
Enrollment, Labor and Capital, County Government, Hospitals and Asylums, 
Irrigation, Mileage. 

Duval, Walter H. — Agriculture (Chairman), Labor and Capital, Reapportion- 
ment, Banking, Elections, Irrigation, Motor Vehicles. 

Easley, Robert P. — Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Land (Chairman), Irriga- 
tion, Oil Industries, Prisons and Reformatories, Direct Legislation, Fish a nd 
Game, Revenue and Taxation. 

Eksward, Frank L. — Rules (Chairman), Engrossment and Enrollment, Govern- 
mental Efficiency and Economy, Revenue and Taxation, Education, Elections, 
Motor Vehicles, Ways and Means, Governmental Revenues and Expenditures. 

Finney, A. C. — Revision of Criminal Procedure (Chairman), County Government, 
Governmental Efficiency and Economy, Agriculture, Elections, Irrigation, 
Judiciary. 

Foster, Chas. A.— Oil Industries (Chairman), Live Stock and Dairies, Attaches, 
Irrigation, Labor and Capital, Revision and Printing, Roads and Highways, 
Ways and Means. 

Fry, Rorert B. — Prisons and Reformatories, Medical and Dental Laws, Oil Indus- 
tries, Contested Elections, Corporations, Public Morals, State Grounds and 
Parks. 

Graves, Sydney T. — Revenue and Taxation (Chairman), Public Charities and 
Corrections, Banking, Fish and Game, Labor and Gapital, Motor Vehicles, 
Ways and Means, Governmental Revenues and Expenditures. 

Hartranft, S. C. — Education (Chairman), Governmental Revenues and Expendi- 
tures, Roads and Highways, Banking, Commerce and Navigation, Reappor- 
tionment, Prisons and Reformatories. 

Hawes, Fred C. — Public Morals, Reapportionment, Contested Elections, Manu- 
factures, Fish and Game, Prisons and Reformatories, Mileage. 

Heisinger, S. L. — Military Affairs (Chairman), Libraries, Roads and Highways, 
Agriculture, Conservation, Irrigation, Ways and Means. 

Hornblower. William B. — Judiciary, Labor and Capital, Municipal Corporations, 
Elections, Hospitals and Asylums, Manufactures, Public Morals. 

Jacobson, Leland R. — Hospitals and Asylums, Judiciary, Revision of Criminal 
Procedure, Corporations, Motor Vehicles, Public Utilities, Soldiers and Sailors 
Affairs. 

Johnson, Frank — Live Stock and Dairies (Chairman), Drainage, Swamp and 
Overflowed Lands, Elections, County Government, Claims, Irrigation, Agriculture. 

Jones, Isaac — Public Charities and Corrections (Chairman), Judiciary, Public 
Health and Quarantine, Rules, Civil Service, Motor Vehicles, Municipal Corpo- 
rations. 

Jost, William P. — Civil Service (Chairman), County Government, Reapportion- 
ment, Agriculture, Attaches, Motor Vehicles, Insurance, Live Stock and Dairies. 



ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY. 19 

MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY, WITH COMMITTEES OF WHICH EACH IS A 

MEMBER— Continued. 

Levey, Edgar C. — Municipal Corporations, Insurance. Revision of Criminal Pro- 
cedure, Building and Loan Associations, Contested Elections, Contingent 
Expenses, Corporations. 

Little, Walter J. — Elections (Chairman), Judiciary, Constitutional Amendments, 
Fish and Game, Reapportionment, Rules, Soldiers and Sailors Affairs. 

Louttit, Tom II. — Federal Relations (Chairman). Judiciary, Public Charities' and 
Corrections, Banking, Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands, Education, 
Irrigation. 

Lyons, Harry — Governmental Efficiency and Economy (Chairman), Judiciary, 
Motor Vehicles, Public Utilities, Banking, Medical and Dental Laws, Reappor- 
tionment. 

McDoNOjjbn, M. J. — Labor and Capital, Prisons and Reformatories, Public Health 
and*Quarantine v Llospitals and Asylums, Manufactures, Mileage, State Grounds 
and Parks. 

McDowell, Herbert — Introduction of Bills (Chairman), County Government, 
Irrigation, Judiciary. Teachers Colleges, Banking, Constitutional Amendments. 
Soldiers and Sailors Affairs. 

McPiierson, Robt. B. — Ways and Means (Chairman), Drainage, Swamp and Over- 
flowed Lands, Governmental Efficiency and Economy, Rules, Commerce and 
Navigation, Corporations, Military Affairs. 

Melville, Charles B. — Roads and Highways (Chairman), County Government, 
Education, Fish and Game, Public Utilities, Conservation, Contested Elections, 
Live Stock and Dairies. 

Miller, Miss Eleanor — Direct Legislation, Libraries, Public Morals, State Grounds 
and Parks, Constitutional Amendments, Prisons and Reformatories, Reappor- 
tionment, Universities. 

Miller, James A. — Fish and Game, Hospitals and Asylums, Motor Vehicles, Soldiers 
and Sailors Affairs, Commerce and Navigation, Contingent Expenses, Revision 
of Criminal Procedure. 

Mitchell, Thomas A. — Direct Legislation, Fish and Game, Libraries, Civil Service, 
Federal Relations, Insurance, Reapportionment. 

Mixter, Frank W. — Irrigation (Chairman), Governmental Efficiency and Economy, 
Public Charities and Corrections, Agriculture, County Government, Public 
Utilities, Ways and Means. 

Morrison, Harry F. — Military Affairs, Municipal Corporations, Ways and Means, 
Commerce and Navigation, Hospitals and Asylums, Motor Vehicles Teachers 
Colleges. 

Mueller, Edwin A.— Direct Legislation, Military Affairs, Revision of Criminal 
Procedure, Civil Service, Municipal Corporations, Soldiers and Sailors Affairs. 
Universities. 

Murphy, J. J. — Libraries (Chairman), Fish and Game, Live Stock and Dairies, 
Attaches, Conservation, Roads and Highways, Ways and Means. 

Murray, Alfred C. — Contingent Expenses (Chairman), Irrigation, Revenue and 
Taxation, Soldiers and Sailors Affairs, Agriculture, Conservation, Constitu- 
tional Amendments. 

Nielsen, Roy J. — Contested Elections (Chairman), County Government, Hospitals 
and Asylums, Irrigation, Civil Service, Insurance, Soldiers and Sailors Affairs. 

Noyes, Fred B. — Conservation (Chairman), County Government, Drainage, Swamp 
and Overflowed Lands, Irrigation, Agriculture, Contingent Expenses, Cor- 
porations. 

Oliva, Chas. A. — Public Utilities, State Grounds and Parks, Claims, Commerce 
and Navigation, Mileage, Motor Vehicles, Ways and Means. 

Pierce, Mark A. — Corporations (Chairman), Medical and Dental Laws, Oil Indus- 
tries, Public Utilities, Labor and Capital, Manufactures, Soldiers and Sailors 
Affairs. 



20 PINAL CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS. 

MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. WITH COMMITTEES OF WHICH EACH IS A 

MEMBER— Continued. 

Reindollar, Cjtas. F. — Engrossment and Enrollment, Libraries, Municipal Cor- 
porations, Banking, Civil Service, Mines and Mining, Prisons and Reform- 
atories. 

Roberts, Frederick M. — Engrossment and Enrollment (Chairman), Oil Indus- 
tries, Reapportionment, Revision and Printing, Education, Governmental Effi- 
ciency and Economy, Motor Vehicles. 

Roland, Eugene W. — Direct Legislation (Chairman), Hospitals and Asylums, 
Judiciary, Mines and Mining, Governmental Efficiency and Economy, Medical 
and Dental Laws, Universities. 

Rosenshine, Albert A. — Direct Legislation, Governmental Efficiency and Econ- 
omy, Oil Industries, Claims, Judiciary, Libraries, Public Health and Quar- 
antine, Governmental Revenues and Expenditures. 

Runner, John W. — Fish and Game, Live Stock and Dairies, Teachers Colleges, 
Reapportionment, Contested Elections, Municipal Corporations, Public Chari- 
ties and Corrections. 

Saylor, Mrs. Anna L.— Municipal Corporations, Public Charities and Corrections, 
Ways and Means, Federal Relations, Irrigation, Public Morals, Revenue and 
Taxation. 

Schmidt, Walter J. — Education, Fish and Game, Labor and Capital, Soldiers and 
Sailors Affairs, Civil Service, Hospitals and Asylums, Military Affairs. 

Scofield, Jerome V. — Commerce and Navigation (Chairman), Oil Industries. Pub 
lie Utilities, Revenue and Taxation, Elections, Prisons and Reformatories, 
Ways and Means. 

Scudder, Hubert B. — Insurance (Chairman), Engrossment and Enrollment, Livf 
Stock and Dairies, Soldiers and Sailors Affairs, Drainage, Swamp and Over 
flowed Lands, Elections, Revenue and Taxation, Introduction of Bills. 

Sewell, Harry F. — Municipal Corporations (Chairman), Drainage, Swamp and 
Overflowed Lands, Judiciary, Prisons and Reformatories, Agriculture, Building 
and Loan Associations, Corporations. 

Smith, Edward J. — Public Utilities (Chairman), County Government, Reappor- 
tionment, Rules, Corporations, Judiciary, Motor Vehicles. 

Spalding, C. C. — Banking (Chairman), Teachers Colleges, Public Health and Quar- 
antine, Public Utilities, Building and Loan Associations, Claims, Constitu- 
tional Amendments. 

Spence, Homer R. — Insurance, Judiciary, Military Affairs, Rules, Contingent 
Expenses, Medical and Dental Laws, Motor Vehicles, Governmental Revenues 
and Expenditures. 

Walters, Byron J. — Soldiers and Sailors Affairs (Chairman), Judiciary, Teachers 
Colleges, Reapportionment, Commerce and Navigation, Public Health and 
Quarantine, Roads and Highways. 

Weller, Frank C. — Judiciary (Chairman), Governmental Efficiency and Economy, 
Governmental Revenues and Expenditures, Rules, Constitutional Amendments, 
Corporations, Labor and Capital, Motor Vehicles. 

Wemple, N. V. — Claims (Chairman), County Government, Public Charities and 
Corrections, Roads and Highways, Irrigation, Live Stock and Dairies, Mines 
and Mining. 

West, Percy G. — Irrigation, Mines and Mining, Public Health and Quarantine, 
Claims, Drainage, Swamp and Overflowed Lands, Motor Vehicles, Revision of 
Criminal Procedure. 

Williamson, Ray— Education, Labor and Capital, Military Affairs, Drainage, 
Swamp and Overflowed Lands, Hospitals and Asylums, Soldiers and Sailors 
Affairs, Ways and Means. 

Woodbridge, Mrs. Cora M— Public Health and Quarantine (Chairman), Drainage, 
Swamp and Overflowed Lands, Education, Irrigation, Civil Service, Conserva- 
tion, Mines and Mining. 

Wright, S. V. — Reapportionment (Chairman), County Government, Judiciary, 
Roads and Highways, Agriculture, Education, Live Stock and Dairies. 

Wright, T. M. — Public Morals (Chairman), Medical and Dental Laws, Reappor- 
tionment, Federal Relations, Motor Vehicles, Revision and Printing, Ways and 
Means. 






ASSEMBLY FINAL HISTORY. 



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